Whitchurch, Mr Robertson Justice's House c.1955
Memories of Whitchurch
I knew Len and Mary as a child. They were both good people. My Dad was Frank Wigmore and he was also a butcher in Whitchurch. Mary's maiden name was Ashfield and she originally ran a sweet shop on the corner next to the what was Hides Ironmongery shop. I thought she was wonderfull ! The hardware shop was later ...Read full memory
I served 22 months in the army camp in Whitchurch & I go back at least once a year to refresh my memories of a beautiful town. My eldest daughter Dawn was born there in 1957. I loved the walks around the area & the shops..My wife Betty & I used to go to the coffee bar, then the cinema.Dawn was christened at the ...Read full memory
My grandfather's surname was Waldren. He came from a large family in Whitchurch. His nephew Len owned a butcher's shop which I remember seeing as a child sometime in the 60s.
My husband (Tony Coleman), was at The Gables Childrens Home in Whitchurch. Does anyone remember this Home; he can remember a boy called Terry Birt. He thinks he was there in the early 50's. Anyone remember The Gables?