Memories of Bournemouth
One of my memories of Bournemouth in the 60's was its ice-skating rink where we used to go from school on Saturday afternoons. Bournemouth was a very smart place with good quality individual shops. It was always a treat to go shopping there from Weymouth and later Dorchester with my mother. We used to park in the multi-storey ...Read full memory
We enjoyed a wonderful family holiday in the sixties, staying with Mrs Honeygold in a lovely house near Horseshoe Common. We still have a few photos of our visit to Compton Acres, a beautiful garden just outside town. Although it is nearly ten years since we last visited Bournemouth we have such happy memories of the town and nearby places where we always felt at home.
Reading through other people's memories is a great delight, it stirred my own memories of past times. Eastleigh Baptist church ran regular day trips to Bournemouth, a pleasure for those who would probably never have seen the beach. Our family neighbour, Mrs Elliot, in Factory Road was in her 80's when I remember her and ...Read full memory
My name was Avril Collyer, I grew up on Montgomery Ave, East Howe and went to Kingsleigh School, had great childhood memories of Bournemouth. Dancing at Chelsea Village and eating at the Wimpy bar. Love to hear from anyone from my past.