Corton, The Beach, Rogerson Hall Holiday Camp c.1960

Corton, The Beach, Rogerson Hall Holiday Camp c.1960

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Memories of Corton

Rogerson Hall Holiday Camp, Corton, Suffolk

I was just putting in "Rogerson Hall" on search and came across this site. Wonderful. I went to Rogerson Hall with my Mum and Dad in 1956 and 1957. In 1956, when I was 6, Dad booked the holiday and ...Read full memory

A memory of Corton by Thelma Doyle

Rogerson Hall

We use to travel with our relations for one week all together, about 12 of us. I believe the price for a week for a family of four was about £5.00. We traveled with WTA coaces from Maryland Point, Stratford E15, the coach company ...Read full memory

A memory of Corton by David Fletcher

Happy Childhood Holidays

I have very happy memories of staying at Rogerson Hall Holiday Camp. We stayed here every year for two weeks in August from about 1962 to 1968. Every year my brother and I took part in the children's fancy dress ...Read full memory

A memory of Corton by Teresa Crockett

Cliff Top Walks With Family

From childhood, first on family holidays and now in later years I have spent many happy times walking this cliff path from Corton to Hopton. This view remains virtually unchanged, the radar station is now a private ...Read full memory

A memory of Corton by Keith Pharo

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History

Several holiday camps were built near Lowestoft in the post-war period. Rogerson Hall was always regarded as being more 'up-market' than the rest. The radar mast (left) was one of the chain-home low stations established by Watson Watt in 1938-39 to detect low-flying aircraft.