Memories of Mile Oak

Tina Nee Hickey 1959 1963

I remember Mile Oak High School like it was yesterday. The fun we had and the mischief we got up to - in one instance we played hookey from school and went up and sat on the ...Read full memory

A memory of Mile Oak by Tina Compton

Mile Oak Portslade 1938 To 1950

Hello, I was one of the few children who lived in Mile Oak Road and and also played on Broomfields Farm, we lived at no 222 which was the second to last house before ...Read full memory

A memory of Mile Oak by Frank Piner

Memories Of Oakdene Avenue

I would place the date of the photo, earlier than 1965 as I moved into No 11 in 1958 with my parents as the first owners. I got married in 1962 and moved across to my wife's ...Read full memory

A memory of Mile Oak by Robin Hurst

Left And Forgotten

I am now 66 and my memory of beautiful Mile Oak is as clear today as it was 55 years ago. Sadly I was one of them naughty boys (as you villagers branded us). My crime was taking ...Read full memory

Mile Oak Revisited

My mother was a land girl, she worked daily on Farmer Broomfield's farm Some of my earliest memories are of playing with other kids around an old black caravan, more a hut on ...Read full memory

A memory of Mile Oak by Bonny Cother

Mile Oak 1938 To1950

Hi Roger Dale, thanks for adding to my memories of Mile Oak, you need to check your dates! We still lived at 222 in 1949, a year I can never forget as my father died in the front ...Read full memory

A memory of Mile Oak by Frank Piner

Playing In The Corn Fields

I am 65 now, but if I close my eyes I am 10, playing in the cornfields down by MileOak Secondary Modern School, with my brother Graham Burton and some friends, Richard Gere, ...Read full memory

A memory of Mile Oak by Cynthia Miller

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