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Further south, Nos 32 and 34 jut into the road, narrowing it considerably. These jettied houses (with the first floor projecting and on brackets) and the building to the left of them, Helensbourne, are 16th- century and timber-framed beneath the render. The windows are later, of course – they are Georgian sashes. On the right, No 57, the tall brick house beyond the lower houses in the foreground, is 16th-century and jettied, but it is dated 1732. Terminating the view is St Helen's steeple; the spire was last rebuilt in 1888.

Other Memories from Abingdon-on-Thames

I am trying to obtain information regarding a mid- air collision over Bracknell Berkshire in the 1940’s. Believed to be 1943 but could a few years away from that date. It is believed to be between a Hurricane and a Spitfire but there is also no confirmation of that. The incident happened opposite what is now the Shell garage above the Ascot road with wreckage falling around that area. Sadly both ...see more

I used to work in fine fare wallington in 1970 have you got any photos

My Dad was in the Canadian army and was posted to London when I was 7 years old . We lived in the top flat at 27 Chartfield Avenue . What a magical place ! The back yard was huge, with apple, pear and cherry trees to climb and a massive grassy area to run . We were an international neighbourhood. Our building had Canadians in the top flat, English in the middle and Japanese on ...see more

I remember the school trip to the Isle of Wight May 19th to June 2nd 1961. I still have my notes and scarp book. I had a really great time and went back 2 years ago to have another look. The isle of Wight still lovely. I met up in 1973 with either Pat or Linda Long who worked in the child care at Charing Cross & Fulham Hospital when my father was there.

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