I started searching just this evening (1/9/13) for a former school chum, Ashley Cook and was amazed to find this site and all the comments which I remember so well. I attended the junior school and remember both Mr Hogarth & Mr Gordon. Thereafter I went to Market Rasen Secondary Modern. I did return to the village ...Read full memory
My father was Mr Oscar Cook and I can remember over dosing on the home made ice cream that was made by my granny Cook in the early to mid 50's.
Amazing stuff, had two messages and I regularly have contact with Mike Chisholm who has a son in place at the Plough Inn. A good scheme for retirement plans...assist the son at the boozer. More seriously, I have had contact and replies from a person who knew my sisters' Deborah and Trudy. I intend to visit Binbrook ...Read full memory
I used to live round the corner from Oscar's shop, my father was the Headmaster at Bin Brook School. I remember well having a go on Steven Cooks motorbike round his yard and very occasionally driving Oscar's van, delivering groceries on the camp. I could never get on with the clutch in his A35 van, he always put kangaroo ...Read full memory
Onwards and upwards through the years, I had an aunty and grandmother who lived there. Ending up at No2 Mount pleasant after living in Low Lane. Lilly and Bill Stone, parents of my mother Jaqueline Stone (now Stevens). Lucy Traves was my aunt. I used to remember Billy Saville, Brigadier Clarke and the ...Read full memory
I attended Binbrook Church of England Primary School from 1952 to 1959. In this time I was in Mrs Lamming's class first, moving to Mrs Wilky, Mrs Foster's (nee Miss Walton), Mrs Sharpe's, Mr Holgarth and not forgetting the really scary head master Mr Alfred Gordon. Most memorable things were the May Queen coronation and playing foot ball among the cow pats on the school field.
I lived at Binbrook for a year or so around 1955. My father was in the RAF and we lived "on camp" at what was then 46 OMQ, RAF Binbrook. I passed my Eleven Plus at Binrook School (deputy head was a Mr Hogarth and I think the head was Wilson?) and went on to De Aston GRAMMAR school at Market Rasen. I understand that ...Read full memory
My name was Mandy Donaldson and I'm the daughter of Joan Ellis. My grandparents names were Kath and Ernest Ellis. Aunts and Uncles were/are John and Joyce Ellis (they ran the local taxi), Roger Ellis, Bob and Wendy Ellis and Jennifer Carlyon. Anyone remember them? I have fond memories of Binbrook. I remember Oscar Cook's shop, ...Read full memory
Many years ago when I was a young girl not long out of school, I started work in Grimsby along with Betty Avis who lived in Binbrook and travelled into work every day on the bus. I remember her very well and still see her with her headscarf on when she came to work. he and I became goood friends and she invited me ...Read full memory
Hi Mandy, my name is John Appleton, I was brought up in Binbrook from approx late 1950's, I went to school at Binbrook primary C of E. My first teachers were Mrs Lamming and Mrs Wilky. My first headmaster was Mr Gordon then Mr Fletcher. One of my favourite memories was dancing around the May Pole in the main play ground. ...Read full memory
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