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Featured Memory: Oak Bank Open Air School

I went to Oak Bank School for Delicate Children from 1944/1945. My best friends were called Kathleen and Enid. The children there at that time came from all over the United Kingdom. I have many happy memories from this time, collecting vinegar leaves (dandelion leaves) in the school grounds, I think they were used in the school kitchen, I certainly remember eating as many as I collected. I can remember the school ...Read full memory

A memory of Sevenoaks, Kent shared by Eileen Lindley

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