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Featured Memory: Bower Way

Way back in the late 1930s and early 1940s I lived in Westgate Crescent and used to walk the length of Bower Way every day to Cippenham school, carrying my gas mask in a cardboard box. I used to be friends with Tony Rimmer who lived in that street. There used to be a passage way to a large Dry Cleaning company on the right at the school end of Bower Way. I left the area just after WW11 but I remember the rationing, the Anderson ...Read full memory

A memory of Cippenham, Berkshire shared by Nial Reynolds

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Hello, just wanted to let you know i really enjoyed seeing the old photographs of aberystwyth. my grand mother lived quite a lot of her youth there, and i was pleased to be able to see the town as she must have seen it. she married and with her family moved to australia, so her descendants are all australian. she was very well loved, and it's nice to make this connection with her youth. thanks.

I am delighted with the two books i've received, whitby and yorkshire and will get much pleasure from them. as children my brothers and i spent many happy hours on the sands as they were called by that name in the 1930s - not the beach as it is named today!