Memories of Scarborough
I was also posted to Burniston Barracks from Catterick Camp with the Royal Signals 5 AA Signals Reg. as an OWL and was married just up the road from the barrack's at the local church. Dickie Dors was the paymaster and also we had a great singer there by the name off Jimmy Jack, he was from Scotland.
Family holidays around 1950-52. My great grandparents had married in Scarborough in 1856 so I now understand why we went to places we visited. Peasholm Park; I never forgot as I had been sailing my little blue boat on the lake. My photo was taken in the park near a drinking fountain(?) When I turned to ...Read full memory
My husband Chistopher John Hill was born in Scarborough. HIS Grandma Mary Gloyne ran a small Guest House there 61 Ramsey Street, after her husband Percy Gloyne was killed two days before the end of World War 1. She brought her young daughter Agnes up there. Agnes met a young soldier on her train journeys to work in ...Read full memory
Between 1955 and 1960, on various visits to Scarborough, I and my brother spent many happy hours, at little cost I might add, swimming and playing around the South Bay Pool. In fact it is most likely that I have family photo's taken in the pool area. I remember the bottom being rough rocks and sea weed, and there was a ...Read full memory