We stayed in a chalet near the tuck shop behind the dunes. Me, my brothers and sisters. I recall one year we were sitting on the roof of the chalet and some Navy fighter ...Read full memory
I have very distinct memories of living, as a young child, in one of two single decker buses near the beach at Talacre. I recall tall beds and paraffin lamps ...Read full memory
Wow Lorraine! I can't believe I have come across this site. I think it is your grandad 'tide' who I remember, as well as yourself and your mum. I hope you see this, it would be good to be in ...Read full memory
My partner was a regular visitor to Talacre in his youth, we came back with our children who have never been this year. My partner has a vague recollectoin of a bunker being on the ...Read full memory
My parents moved to the 'hidden valley' as it was called in 1945 when I was two years old, we lived in an old coach that my father converted into a suitable place to live. We were the only ...Read full memory
Like Adam in the post before this, Talace holds very dear memories for me. Mum and Dad bought a caravan in 1960, after we had stayed in an assortment of bungalows ...Read full memory
The post from 2009 by (name unknown) reflects on my childhood spent in Talacre, because my father worked for Dora Williams as the baker. His bread and pies were awesome! I ...Read full memory
Myself and my sister have written a book called Sisters growing up in Talacre - our parents moved there in the 1930's from Liverpool. Our parents owned the old amusement arcade ...Read full memory
I spent many happy holidays in the Warren during the late 1940s early 50s, with my parents and grandparents, Amy and Arthur (Abby) Bell who owned a wooden bungalow, 58B Tyn y ...Read full memory
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