Does anyone have any thoughts on these brothers & sisters? I would love to know.Many Thanks
I was born in my grandma's house in Church St, didn't have a number in those days, when it did it was #13, which was good because I was born on the 13th. I enrolled at the Gamlingay Old School in 1946 in ...Read full memory
I left Sandye school in 1970. We lived in Potton and I started work at Empsons garage as a trained mechanic. They also repaired lorrys there too - mainly Commer. It was owned and run by Bill Empson and Steve ...Read full memory
Memories of going to school in Gamlingay will never be forgotten. I grew up in Graveley, so rode the bus to school through all the villages. I went on the school site and saw the netball team, but can't remember some of my ...Read full memory
Quite a number of years ago I visited your village and stumbled accross a large warehouse that sold all kinds of materials from the roll, and then which I used for a while. Can anyone tell me if it is still there please? Kind regards, Iris
I lived in a cottage in Long Lane, beyond Church End as a child during the war. I have vivid memories of my life here. The snowy winter of 1943 when the snow reached up to the cottage windows. We had no neighbours except Dick ...Read full memory
I lived at number 14 for about 11 years and I miss it greatly. My parents moved from Cambridge and I was born at Mill Road in 1968. I remember long summers and playing in the fields just outside the village boundary. ...Read full memory
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