Bungay And Woodton

A Memory of Bungay

Early years - Nurse Britton was a friend as she was to most I believe. I was too young to be exact with memories but my gran lived opposite Whitemans shop which got hit by a bomb in the Second World War. I remember the garage which sold Ford cars as the man said he would keep the car on display(Ford Prefect?) for me until I was old enough to drive, and just down the road towards Diss there was a school I think I went to for a very short time, but Woodton was where we lived when I was 3-4. Happy times, lovely people. I went back a few years ago and met I believe the Reads who owned the garden nurseries.

A memory shared by Gerald Wase , on Aug 11th, 2009.

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