Memories of Frimley Green

After The War

I lived at 257 Frimley Green Road- where Warrens' garage now stands - 1942 to 1954. There was an air-raid shelter on the Green which we watched being demolished.  Every Nov 5th ...Read full memory

Sweet Shop

there stood on frimley green road was a sweet shop. two lovely ladies used to serve behind counter.use to love going there after school . the shop however stood there for sometime ...Read full memory

How I Knew Frimley Green

where I live now since 1968 there used to be farm there was cattle over the hatches . signal box just near the railway at the hatches. 4 sweet shops. Ansell newsagent ...Read full memory

A memory of Frimley Green

Burrow Hill About 1944 46

I was at Burrow Hill School in 44/46 I think, quite a few years ago. I also have fond memories of this place. I was sent there as I suffered from TB. I remember ...Read full memory

Burrow Hill School

Dear Burrow HIll lads, I don't know why some of the lads have not got in touch with me lately, I have got 4 books of Burrow Hill School waiting to be sold, anybody that would ...Read full memory

Burrow Hill

My name is Eric Morris. I was at Burrow Hill School in 1952 for a year. I have pictures of Mr. Rees standing next to the football team and 3 more pictures. I am going to see a man ...Read full memory

A Boy At Burrow Hill

I was a boy at Burrow Hill School. I remember the head master's name was Mr Tangy, my house was Orchard, I was there for about a year. Some of the boys I remember were, ...Read full memory

The Hatches

Living in Mytchett and going to the Infant school in Frimley Green during the war years, I had the choice of walking two ways home, Yes we walked then, not picked up in the family ...Read full memory

Good Times

I had loads of fun when I was there and I did not want to leave. I had two friends, Derek Knight & Foxy, you were not allowed on the range but we did and came back loaded with mortar ...Read full memory

A memory of Frimley Green by Derek Day

Orme Family

My nan and grandad lived at Glenmount Road in the early 1930s with their 3 children. Does anyone know where the nearest graveyard is and whether there is an Edith Irene Foss buried there? A needle in a haystack but who knows :)

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