Memories of Bale

Bale During Ww2

Hi. After being bombed out three times during 1940 my mother moved my family to Bale in 1941. We lived at no 2 Bale in those days, the last house on the right as you walk through the village, it had a well outside, as well as some coal sheds and an outside toilet, and a fantastic vegetable garden with an apple tree in the ...Read full memory

A memory of Bale by Robert Munn

School Holidays In Bale

I have many fond memories of my childhood in Bale. I lived in Fakenham and used to spend some time with Nan, Grandfather and Auntie Carole in Bale. I remember going up to what Grandfather called 'plantin', which was just next to the council houses where they lived. 'Plantin' was at that time full of lovely wild flowers and ...Read full memory

A memory of Bale

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