Corby, St Brendan's Church c.1965
Memories of Corby
I lived with my family in Burns Drive, Corby, until I was about six. Our house backed onto the playing fields of Rowlett Road School and my grandparents lived on the corner of Rowlett ...Read full memory
A large underground air raid shelter was built on the roundabout on Studfall Avenue near the Open Hearth pub. I'm not sure the shelter was ever used. When playing on it with friends I ...Read full memory
First impressions of Corby We moved to Corby, then known as Corby New Town, in 1954, when I was 10. I hated it with a passion having been brought up in the country. Born in ...Read full memory
My dad Jimmy was the local 'Baxter the butcher' for many years. I remember going to Samuel LLoyds school and going to see him to get my mince for cookery. We used to ...Read full memory
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