St. Andrews Garrison Church Aldershot - a Memory of Aldershot.

My mother and father were married in St Andrews garrison church in 1944
Mum was a cook in the NAFFI and my dad was stationed on the camp after coming back from France following Dunkirk with damage to his legs

A memory shared by sahqs on Nov 30th, 2014. Send sahqs a message

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Thu Jun 8th 2017, at 10:26 am
jokelly015 commented:
There was a wide straight avenue leading from the church to the town centre and all the way down were magnificent horse chestnut trees which shed huge conkers which we collected. My brother and I would come from St Josephs after the Sunday service and watch the church parades come down the avenue complete with marching band. Alas, there is no trace of the avenue nor trees now.....

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