Totnes, The Bridge c.1960

Totnes, The Bridge c.1960

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Memories of Totnes

My Home Away From Home

I arrived in Totnes January 1944 and lived up at Dartington until a day before the invasion at Normandy. Totnes became our "hometown." I returned for the fiftieth anniversary and honored for being the first American to ...Read full memory

Bridgetown Bridge

The consensus in the Albert Inn is that the gent with a folded coat under his arm is Owen MacLening, with his nephew Bill behind him. The youngster with the bicycle could well be Andy MacLening, also nephews to Owen.  Andy is currently (Jan 2009) barman in the Albert Inn.

A memory of Totnes by Phil Gayton

Heather And Gorse Clog Dancers Entertain In Totnes

Tuesday 11th December was a frosty clear night but the crowds of late night Christmas shoppers filled Totnes town centre to enjoy the candlelight, carol singers, buskers and stalls lining both ...Read full memory

#11 Station Road Family 1916 Till Present

My family, the Wicketts, were the first family to move into #11 Station Road, just after it was built. I believe not long before my father, Wilfred, was born in 1916, or prehaps just after his birth(?). ...Read full memory

A memory of Totnes by Clive Wickett

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