I lived with my parents in the right hand side of the white house shown above (almost opposite the W & D bus station) from 1938-57. The house to the left with a hedge around the door was a small private girls school in my early memories As the war built up we saw servicemen and women, our own, ...Read full memory
Amesbury such lovely town there is plenty of village shops. Methodist church on the corner of the road. bus station and there is co-op supermarket which has been built . I used to know a gentleman who name is Stephen he lives where the housing estate is now on the hill . up and till 2009 I was visiting this lovely town and spent some wonderful times.
My auntie, Rosina Corps, lived in the house next door with her mother and two other sisters, Elizabeth and Mary.
I remember the War Memorial being opposite the cinema. When I visited Amesbury last week no one could remember it being there and it is not there now. Does anyone else remember it? I also remember the railway bridge where we all stood letting the steam from the trains blow over us. There was a huge park, well it seemed huge ...Read full memory
Yes, I remember Amesbury War Memorial c1950, it was moved to Amesbury Church to make way for a new road through Amesbury. I also lived on the new council estate which was built after the war, I lived in Antrobus Road. Antrobus Road was one of the first to be built and it was surrounded by fields and we used to ...Read full memory
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