Burgess Hill, Royal George Road c.1960
Memories of Burgess Hill
My aunt and uncle became the caretakers at Inholmes after it was converted to offices. I remember the magnificent staircase which had a huge eagle as a newel post. The range in the kitchen was the biggest I have ever seen, and ...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
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
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.
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