Memories of Radstock
I was evacuated to my Grandparent's house "Hope House" The Street Radstock during the war years - they were Mr and Mrs H.D.Plummer and lived in Hope House with their Daughter Gwendoline Edwards and her three sons Ivor, Claude and Trevor. I lived there with my Brother for about five years. At the time I was ...Read full memory
Sometime in the in the late 1970s, I decided to go on a walking holiday, to follow the line of the old Somerset & Dorset Railway track. I caught a bus from London Victoria to Bath, and started my walk from there. I had to use my compass to find my way out of Bath on foot, as of course all of the road signs were for traffic, and not ...Read full memory
I moved to Radstock in 2014 to live nearer my children. I have spent most of my life living in North Somerset so know the area well. Radstock is steeped in history being an old mining town.It has a superb museum which gives a good insight to the history of the area. My flat was built on the sidings of the Somerset and Dorset Railway which closed in 1966.
I lived in the area in 1964, there was a lot of us Geordies and Scots went to live there. I remember going to the youth club in Radstock and then on the way home calling into the bakery for cream buns. I had a part time job in the supermarket, can't remember the name though. Used to date a girl who lived on Waterloo Rd.