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My first home as a young Airman at RAF Mildenhall and young mother....does anyone have a pic of the house from about 1986-1988. I know from my niece its a hotel/eatery now... Also anyone from RAF MIldenhall's post office?
Every Sunday the car park of Fullers and all the way down Bell Lane would be overflowing with cars parked where ever they could. My mum would give us enough money to buy a block of vanilla icecream and if she could stretch to a little bit more with her housekeeping we could have a block of nepolitan icecream (...Read full memory)
I was looking for pictures of the mansion and church. I lived in Barton Mills as a young girl... American girl....lived across the village green... I am still holding bottles I dug up at the mansion. With love, Bobbi.