Aldershot, The Royal Garrison Church Of All Saints 1938

Memories of Aldershot


I remember this so well, what wonderful innocent memories! My siblings and I would get a bus every day there and back from North Camp where we lived. I too remember the pink bus passes we had to guard with our lives. The playground games stick in my mind, skipping, ball games, clapping songs and "I'm Shirley Temple, the (...Read full memory)

Christine Williams We were best friends at Manor Park County Secondary School for girls, Aldershot 1962 – 1968. We were also in the Girl Guides together at 2nd Aldershot Girl Guides. Photos to follow: 1) Girl Guides Red Indian war dance, with Captain Kim Greenway on the far (...Read full memory)

I was born at home in Waterloo Road in 1956. My mum and dad Olive and George Pharo took over running the Liberal club on the high St. dead opposite the football ground in 1960 I can remember being on the flat roof and being able to see football matches being played. I went to the school on Redan hill which I have found out from (...Read full memory)

My dad was Lt Col Smith, commanding officer of Blenheim Barracks. We lived in Blenheim House (now demolished) in the late 1950s and as kids would watch the parades held every Tuesday on the ground at the top of Queens Avenue. It is now the playground of the school which was built there. I went to school in Queens Road and (...Read full memory)

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