Photo of Corton, The Beach, Rogerson Hall Holiday Camp c.1960

Corton, The Beach, Rogerson Hall Holiday Camp c.1960

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Memories of Corton

Waiter At Corton Beach

I Worked at Corton Beach Holiday Club..1964.Cant remember Rogerson Hall..Unless they changed the name..I can remember Robert Sillers at the time he lived in Lowestoft...If anyone Knows me Please get in touch Robert Green. Now Living In Nuneaton Warwickshire

A memory of Corton by Robert Green

Happy Childhood Holidays

I have very happy memories of staying at Rogerson Hall Holiday Camp. We stayed here every year for two weeks in August from about 1962 to 1968. Every year my brother and I ...Read full memory

A memory of Corton by Teresa Crockett

Rogerson Hall

I have very happy memories of Rogerson Hall, I started work in the buffet evenings in the summer season, from 1960-1975 approx when it closed. Working for 4 managers Wit, Carvell, Tamlyn and Auntie Mac. I would love to share my memories with others. My name is Peggy Knight.

A memory of Corton by Robin Knight

Wonderful Times At Rogerson Hall

Oh how I looked forward to my holidays at Rogerson Hall. Everyone entered into the spirit of having a great time, Friday evening was camp show night when the campers put on a show. We never sat back waiting to be entertained, we all mucked in to make our holiday great. Janet

A memory of Corton by Janet Hicks

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About this photo

Several holiday camps were built near Lowestoft in the post-war period. Rogerson Hall was always regarded as being more 'up-market' than the rest. The radar mast (left) was one of the chain-home low stations established by Watson Watt in 1938-39 to detect low-flying aircraft.