I grew up in Bothenhampton in the sixties and seventies, and my memory of the place is just like the photo from 1910. We lived at Bowhayes, which was a cul-de-sac, and at the end of the lane there were some broken old stone steps that led down into an ancient "hollow way", going down this path was a favourite ...Read full memory
eve udil ann robert barnes were married he was the first toy boy they were really happy driveing their 25d david broun i lived there untill 1968. george widden used to catch badgers and eat them. there were many strange people in bothenhampton the likes of colin webb mr gordon holt and grinter the buglers etc i moved ...Read full memory
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