I enjoyed the memories of Burrow Hill School. I worked there for a few years in the new school as a Housemaster. This was in the new school, which housed 140 boys. At that time ...Read full memory
I went to Barrow Hill School in the early fifties, Mr. Rees was the Headmaster. On a Friday evening we would go into his home and watch the Cisco Kid on television, the first ...Read full memory
I come from Battersea, SW London. My mother sent me to Barrow Hill School when I was 8 years old, I stayed there for 3 years. We lived in dormitories. The head master ...Read full memory
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 can only just remember this scene, as I was in the army awaiting a compassionate discharge. I was at Deepcut in Blackdown when I met this lovely girl called Shelia. She was very ...Read full memory
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
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.
During my training at the ACC depot in Aldershot I met a beautiful young lady called Debbie Baker. She was my first love. Unfortunally when I was posted to Germany, I never saw or heard from her again. I would love to re-new our friendship even after all these years. David Kelsall
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
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