I was stationed at HMS Nuthatch in 1949. During the evenings I worked in the cinema called the 'Antheon' showing films. We also put on variety shows on stage, one show we put on in a local village and were overwhelmed by the holpitality of the local villagers. Anthorn holds many happy memories for me and I hope to return soon before times run out, I am now 83.
I lived at the base with my parents my father was inspector in the naval police we had a bungalow just inside the main gates. I went to school in bowness a bus picked us up and dropped us off. in the evenings I was allowed to ride my bike and play on the airfields when the sirens had sounded which was around 6 oclock, then all ...Read full memory
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