Memories of Walton-On-The-Naze

Walton On The Naze

We as a family would go to Walton on the Naze and stay at Barkers Hotel from 1960 (when I was born) until 1976 (when I went to work) every Whitsun. It turned out that my ...Read full memory

Sunday School Outings In The 1950s

Annual Outing to Walton on the Naze from Upshire in Essex. In the early days we travelled by train from Waltham Cross, one train picking children up from ...Read full memory

Martello Camp

hello, My wife remembers going to Martello camp in Walton on the naze for holidays from the childrens home in Hornchurch in the late 1940 to 1950. They stayed in army style tents and kept all their gear in the Martello tower out of the rain! any one remember?

Holidays In The '60s And '70s

I remember my father owning a couple of caravans on a site towards the naze end, Westcliff rings a bell, i recall walking thru the camp site along the backwater ...Read full memory

The 1960s In Walton Hard Times!

I moved to Walton in the 1960s after my dad died. We lived in a caravan at a park up the Naze as we were homeless. I went to school in Stanley Road when I was ...Read full memory

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