I received information from my cousin Leslie about this photo. Now that I have found it I am delighted. My grandparents were Thomas Benjamin Fairminer (1881-1954) ...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 went to Barrow Hill School in the early fifties, Mr. Rees was the Headmaster. On a Friday evening we would go into his home and watch the Cisco Kid on television, the ...Read full memory
My Dad was Charles Cheyne, the village chemist in Frimley Green - famous for his cough medicine - the report in the local Camberley News when he died in 1963 reported ...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
My name is Eric Morris and I have received the sad news that John Vanstock passed away in November 2011. May God bless him and his family in their sad loss. Rest in peace, never forgotten, a true Burrow Hill lad. He was there from 1952 until 1954. His true dear friend, Eric Morris.
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
During my training at the ACC depot in Aldershot I met a beautiful young lady called Debbie Baker. She was my first love. Unfortunally when I was posted to Germany, I never saw or heard from her again. I would love to re-new our friendship even after all these years. David Kelsall
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