Burgess Hill, Royal George Road c.1960
Memories of Burgess Hill
I taught myself to swim here in the 1960s. I remember it used to be 6d to get in and you were given a wire basket to put your clothes in and you changed in the wooden changing rooms. I used to have a shower (cold) ...Read full memory
I might well be one of the kids in this picture! - In the early sixties we used to go there every day, dawn to dusk in the summer - Two sessions a day as I recall at thruppence a pop! - I am sure my mother ...Read full memory
This is the top of Junction Road looking towards the top and Scrase's butchers (his brother had a butchers at the bottom of Junction Road just down from where we lived from 1957 to 1963), the post office and Hoadley's Corner.
Does anyone recall the mansion house called Inholmes. It was at the very top of Cants Lane when I was a youngster (I am now 50). It was owned by Keymer Brick and Tile Company as I grew up and then sadly demolished to ...Read full memory