Ashford, Godinton Road 1908

Ashford, Godinton Road 1908

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Memories of Ashford

Ashford Cottage Hospital

RE Photo 60335 - Sorry, but this photo is of the building that replaced the original Hospital built (circa 1890) in Station Road (formerly Marsh Street) a few doors from the Baptist Church and next to the town's Gas ...Read full memory

A memory of Ashford by Peter Oliver

The Warren.

I remember when I was nursing at Ashford, Hothfield and Willesborough hospitals. We use to have to go to the Warren for some lessons. I can still remember my shock at seeing rows of `Iron Lungs` that were no longer in use. Also ...Read full memory

A memory of Ashford

Toffee Apple Man

Does anyone remember the toffee apple man? He used to push a bike around with a tray on the front, crammed with toffee apples, always rang a hand bell so you knew he was on his way.

A memory of Ashford by Scott Lepine

Fractured Arm

We lived literally round the corner in 27 Sackville Crescent. I remember when I was about 12 I fell over on my roller skates and hurt my arm. When it still hurt the next day, my mum, who thought I was making a fuss about ...Read full memory

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History

Where now heavy traffic pours both ways along this road, children played in the street early this century. The only vehicles in evidence are a cart pushed by two boys, and in the distance a bicycle being ridden.

This is an excerpt from Hythe, Romney Marsh and Ashford Photographic Memories, by Paul Harris