Farnham, The Spinning Wheel 1913

Farnham, The Spinning Wheel 1913

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Memories of Farnham

Farnham

My great aunt Carrie (Wills) was born in Farnham and lived at No1 Bratton Villas all her life.  Her father worked as a carriage upholsterer and all the children were born in the house, ...Read full memory

A memory of Farnham by oakley347

Elmsleigh School St Polycarp School

Born in Aldershot in 1939 my father worked for a builder in Farnborough, Chuter, and eventually moved to a rented house on Folly Hill. I initially went to St ...Read full memory

A memory of Farnham by Mike Archdeacon

Buy My Lily Of The Valley.

On one day of the year, through the forties and probably the fifties, my grandmother Ethel Glazier, would pick all the lily of the valley she had, in a square bed about three ...Read full memory

A memory of Farnham by Raela Croft

Born In Farnham

I was born in Farnham, actually Lavender Cottage, Rowledge, a nursing home I believe, in 1944 and my family lived at Thorndhu (now no. 8 I think) Broomleaf Road backing onto the railway ...Read full memory

A memory of Farnham by Wendy Cowen

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In the main street of The Borough, and facing on to Castle Street as it runs up to the south side of the castle, this early 17th-century, half-timbered building with its complex pattern of quatrefoils and three oriel windows would seem to provide ideal accommodation for an antiques business. No doubt the veteran motorcycle parked on its stand outside would certainly, these days, fetch a considerable sum if offered for sale inside this establishment.

This early 17th-century half-timbered building, with its complex pattern of quatrefoils and three oriel windows, would seem to provide ideal accommodation for an antiques business. No doubt the veteran motor-cycle parked on its stand outside would certainly fetch a considerable sum these days, if offered for sale.

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