Torquay, St John's Church, Picture By Burne Jones 1906

Torquay, St John's Church, Picture By Burne Jones 1906

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Memories of Torquay

Loving Memories Of A Loving Mother

Two ladies wearing hats.. the lady on the left could have been my mother.. but perhaps not. I remember my mother dressed similar... she brought our family through the war years 1939-1945... She is for ever loved.

A Close Call

In 1941, during the Second World War, and I was a page boy working at the Osborne Hotel. I always rode my cycle to work and back. I believe it was on a Sunday that I was pushing my cycle ...Read full memory

A memory of Torquay by Eric Harwood

Heather And Gorse Clog Dancers Perform For The Grand Hotel In Torquay

The front of the Grand Hotel as shown in this view from 1912 is remarkably like the hotel now, in 2008.  Its only when the ...Read full memory

I Love It

Torquay has an unjustified reputation of being a 'dump'. I visited this town for the day during a holiday in nearby Dartmouth. True, one day can't be enough to make a proper judgement but I really liked Torquay and wondered why people do consider it to be a 'dump'.

A memory of Torquay by Richard Pullin

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