Billingshurst, Alex Hill 1909
Memories of Billingshurst
My mother used to walk us home this way, after I finished school. I got off the bus by the station. I used to go to the Immaculate Heart of Mary School somewhere near Billingshurst. I remember walking past the graveyard, and always feeling scared. There was a stile at the bottom of the hill, Mum had to climb over, but my ...Read full memory
In the 1881 Census, Elizabeth Mitchell is listed as the head of the household and a widow aged 54 as her husband John Mitchell had died in February of that year and so running the Six Bells Beer House along with the help of her nephew Harry Dean aged 26 a painter born 1855 and her daughter Ellen aged ...Read full memory
I remember Higgings toy shop, I had many a good look round there, also Bernard Bakers men's outfitters, and many more. Good days.
I remember when the park looked like this the slide was so big. The merry go round and the horse they should put it all back like it used to be. Always thought the house named mothers garden looked black and creepy still looks like noone lives there would be nice to live there though and paint it white.