I have many memories of the horse-drawn barges on the Basingstoke Canal at the Kings Head boat house and lock. The barges probably started from Aldershot, and ...Read full memory
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
I was at Burrow Hill school from 1952 until 1956. I was sent there due to acute asthma and bronchitis. I have lots of fond memories of my time there and remember a boy ...Read full memory
Hi to everyone that were as Burrow Hill School. I have published a book about Burrow Hill School dating from 1914 to 1988. It has 78 A4 pages, loads of information and pictures. If anyone would like a copy contact me on email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Regards, Eric Morris
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
trying 2 contact a lynda ellis who lived oppisit a pub near a park. not much to go on i know.
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
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
My name is Eric Morris and I have received the sad news that John Vanstock passed away in November 2011. May God bless him and his family in their sad loss. Rest in peace, never forgotten, a true Burrow Hill lad. He was there from 1952 until 1954. His true dear friend, Eric Morris.
I have many memories of the Basingstoke Canal at Frimley Green. I used to swim next to the Kingsmead Bridge. One day I was on the parapet of the ...Read full memory
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