I was born on 24 July 1944 in Frimley Green and emigrated to Canada with my mother in 1945. I recall her telling me that Frimley was bombed during the week while she and ...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
Dear friends of Burrow Hill School, has anyone got a picture of Mr and Mrs Rees's red sports car, I think it was an MG open top, can you help me please? Regards, Eric
I was a boy at Burrow Hill School. I remember the head master's name was Mr Tangy, my house was Orchard, I was there for about a year. Some of the boys I remember were, ...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
I had returned to UK from Queensland to visit my mother who was ill and waiting at the platform entrance at Waterloo station when a former colleague from Post Office Overseas ...Read full memory
My gran & grandad started their new life here after they were wed in 1934. They had 2 more children then my gran took her bike to the local newsagent where she was knocked down by ...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 have many memories of the horse-drawn barges on the Basingstoke Canal at the Kings Head boat house and lock. The barges probably started from Aldershot, ...Read full memory
Dear Burrow HIll lads, I don't know why some of the lads have not got in touch with me lately, I have got 4 books of Burrow Hill School waiting to be sold, anybody that ...Read full memory
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