The Carey's were one of the first families to move into Clay Green. Dad was in St. Wulstan's T.B. Hospital (it was an American Army Hospital during the war). Mum, Billy, Sheila and myself moved into No 5. A brand new Council House. The Griffin's in No.4 and the Atkin's in No.6 - lovely neighbours. The Village ...Read full memory
My memorys of Alfrick was Hopping at Williams Farm in the war years, being a lad it was great fun, there was a small pub up the road, called the New Inn, seems as if it's gone now, but I can't find where Williams Farm was. It was up a little lane with a post box at the end of the main road with a small stream. Regards, Charles Wood
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