Wow, did that ever shake me to the core. The names Richardson and Fairminer, Long and a few others sprang to mind as fellow pupils at the local Primary School. In those ...Read full memory
Living in Mytchett and going to the Infant school in Frimley Green during the war years, I had the choice of walking two ways home, Yes we walked then, not picked up in the family ...Read full memory
I can only just remember this scene, as I was in the army awaiting a compassionate discharge. I was at Deepcut in Blackdown when I met this lovely girl called Shelia. She was ...Read full memory
This cottage is in Bedford Lane. I lived in the house called Connemara which is still in Bedford Lane. My father Samuel Frederick Richardson and his brother George ...Read full memory
I was there for two terms in the mid 1950s, it is so long ago that I can't be sure of the year. I remember headmaster Mr Rees and his wife, and teachers Mr Bellis, Mr ...Read full memory
Does anyone remember the "I hate the dogs" man? He was the opposite of Camberley Kate. He loathed canines of all sorts, and shouted "I hate the dogs" in the street. If ...Read full memory
Burrow Hill School is now derelict. It closed in 1998 and I have just walked past the boarded-up site this afternoon. Although I have lived in Frimley Green since 1993 and ...Read full memory
I had loads of fun when I was there and I did not want to leave. I had two friends, Derek Knight & Foxy, you were not allowed on the range but we did and came back loaded with ...Read full memory
My nan and grandad lived at Glenmount Road in the early 1930s with their 3 children. Does anyone know where the nearest graveyard is and whether there is an Edith Irene Foss buried there? A needle in a haystack but who knows :)
where I live now since 1968 there used to be farm there was cattle over the hatches . signal box just near the railway at the hatches. 4 sweet shops. Ansell ...Read full memory
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