Grange Over Sands, Club Union Home c.1916
Memories of Grange-Over-Sands, Club Union Home c1916
My grandad convalesced here, James Taylor. He died in 1976. I hope to take my mum to see the place this year. I have 3 postcards of the place, one of the statue, the bowling green and the entrance drive.
Memories of Grange-Over-Sands
I purchased this photo in a gentlemans clothes shop in Grange-Over-Sands as i believe the two children sitting on the wall could be my mum and uncle who were evacuated there during the second world war,so i wondering if the date could be later!?..The two children one at the front looks as if it could be my mum as she remembers ...Read full memory
Hi I have a very old postcard on the then N.E.C. Convalescent Home at Grange-Over-Sands, my father was there in or around the 1930's - he was there there quite a long time till he recovered from his illness. I wonder if it is still there, and if so have they made it into a hotel, or what ever as I would like to visit it this summer Yours sincerely Joyce Gregson
My Nan Was Matron of the Hampsfield as a child I would visit with my mum, it was such a beautiful place, the gardens were marvellous to be honest, Hong Kong gardens was my favorite with the Koi Karp, the ferns, when I was very small I thought that no one ...Read full memory
I worked at the Grange Hotel from 1983 until 1986. I lived in Grange for another six years at The Cottage, Graythwaite Manor. I left Grange in 1992 with my family when we moved to Australia. Enjoyed seeing the old photos of Grange, especially the one of the Grange Hotel.