Childhood Yrs, Enham Alamein, 1940s

A Memory of Andover

Hi to anyone still left that remembers my grandads bakery behind George Brights bicycle shop. he made the best doughnuts ever, my uncle ted and daisy ran the farm at the top of the hill known as 'Shanghai Homestead', We lived in the cottage on the corner of church lane and anton lane, behind what is now called the museum.
my friends wer James MaCcallum who is still living in the village. joey cooper .spud trueman .and terry geoghan.
i remember George Wittalls Garage: and the Spinny no longer there. a great childhood would not change it for the world ,
and a mention for my lovely gran xx,
would love to hear from anyone and see some photos of the time,
yours truly .
RT Cleverley

A memory shared by Terry Cleverley , on Feb 4th, 2014.

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