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Featured Memory: The Old Thatch

Ah, The Old Thatch. I remember it well, for this is where I grew up from the early 1940s until 1956. By today's standards it was grim: no heating, no running water, no flush loo - nothing. Yet it was a wonderful place in which to grow up and I will never lose my love for that old cottage. I still visit Nether Wallop whenever I can. Yes, that is indeed the Rev Hyne-Davy in the picture, as Eileen Wilmott says, but I have ...Read full memory

A memory of Nether Wallop, Hampshire shared by Brian Rivas

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