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I moved to a caravan in Hoo in 1967-68 and went on to have two more children whilst living in Lower Stoke - my three kids went to the local primary school and even now talk about the freedom they had as kids living in the village and how their own kids have had very different lives. Most days my friend (...Read full memory)

We had many happy weeks down at the Allhallows campsite. I lived in Gravesend and we travelled by steam train to Allhallows. Also for a day out we would cycle as well, a long way but we were young. We met a lot of nice people from all over Kent & London. I had a lady friend who lived in Allhallows and may still (...Read full memory)

I have pics of me and my family camping in a bell tent at Allhallows. We then bought a caravan which I thought was fabulous, there wa my mum and dad, us kids, Dot, Carol, Charlie and me, Jenny, and a baby sister cam along in 1961. Our surname was Fox. We all used to go out in the mud and there was a big white (...Read full memory)

My earliest memories of the seaside are from the 1950's. We lived in Bexleyheath and - like most people - did not own a car in those far off austerity years after the war. For this reason our summer holidays were always on the nearby north Kent coast and we would travel by train! Our trip to Allhallows (...Read full memory)

I was born and bred in Allhallows-on-sea , as a child it was a very safe haven and full of wonderful adventures. Tree camps and corn fields.....the Beach and the marshes , that seemed to stretch on forever. Growing up in the village was a great experience and I have some great memories... Even now I (...Read full memory)