Childhood Memories Buckland Wharf

A Memory of Buckland

My Aunt Maud and her husband Alf lived in the last council house on the road to Buckland Village. Their son, Gordon Worrell, lived with his wife Winnie in the little row of cottages facing out on to Tring Hill. My sister and I, used to sometimes stay with Auntie Maud, or our parents would take us and our brother to visit for Sunday tea. Before catching the bus back to Aylesbury the grown ups would have a drink at 'The Surprise' and we children would sit outside with a Vimto and, if we were lucky, a bag of crisps.

A memory shared by Sylvia Mc Elheron , on Apr 14th, 2013.

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