Alverstoke, National Childrens Home c.1960

Alverstoke, National Childrens Home c.1960

Neg. A42037

Memories of Alverstoke

Broken Arm

My little brother broke his arm while playing by the church, as a big gust of wind picked him up and blew him into the wall, believe it or not.

A memory of Alverstoke by Gail Sales

Bury Hall

I have a few illustrations of Bury Hall (I'll have to dig them out!). I'm descended from the Purvises. You can contact me by email, my address is genealogy at dunning dot plus dot com.

Duncan Black

I used to come to Alverstoke with my mother, father and sister to visit my great aunt May Mackie from 1953-1970's. I used to love playing mini golf here with my family. I lived in Alverstoke for a year when we first arrived back ...Read full memory

A memory of Alverstoke by blackduncan

Little Chruch.

I was there from 1963 -1965. I remember the day we wandered off to the church, Anne , Tracy and I. Tracy fell in the fish pond. It was a very scary/funny memory for me, I was about 4 I think. Also Sister Ivy Bell married my father David Peacock at this church in July, 1965.. Lorrell Peacock.

A memory of Alverstoke by lrtoni

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