Memories of Corfe Mullen

Clay Mine

In the 50's there was a clay mine,as opposed to an open pit, which was in Candy's Lane. The clay was loaded into railway wagons an taken by rail to a siding in the old Carters works on the Backwater side of the Blandford road.

A memory of Corfe Mullen by Hugh Woods

The Auction Of Col Tyrringhams Estate

I had been transferred from Canada to UK in 1967 to work at Winfrith Heath. We lived in Willow Lodge. There was an auction of the estate of a Col. Tyrringham ...Read full memory

A Brief Time Spent At St Micheals Childrens Home

Hello, I was at this children's home for a few months around Christmas time around 1947-49. I am trying to put the pieces together as to why I ...Read full memory

A memory of Corfe Mullen

St Micheals Central Avenue

My very early childhood was spent in the childrens home, St Michaels, from 1940 - 1956. The home was run by a Miss D Dunn from 1940 - 1956. I would be happy to share memories with anyone who was there during that period.

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