Memories of Ardingly

The High Street Sayer's Store 'Nim' And Phyl Alen

My name is Barbara Tester and I live in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. My beloved (late) husband, Brian Tester, was born on 26th July, 1930 at No. 1 Station Cottages, 1 Station Road, Ardingly. His parents were Bartley William Charles Tester and Gladys Evelyn Tester. His father was a ...Read full memory

A memory of Ardingly by Barbara Tester

Ardingly College 1945 1949

Anyone on this site ever worked at Ardingly during the above years. If so would you know of a James (Jock) Storey during this time. He is my birth father and I am trying to find out information about him as I was adopted in 1951. Ardingly have no record of him in their archives and I just wondered if anyone on ...Read full memory

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