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Bromfield is and always will be my home. I grew up there from 1964, went to Bromfield Primary school from 1969 and my parents still live there. I cant think of a better place to have grown up Roger Tomkins
I used to live up the Station Road, No. 3 Broome Close, about 150yds past the post office on the left. Lord Plymouth estates built 2 new houses in the early 60's, we moved from the stable flats in Oakley Park and Mr & Mrs Price moved into No. 4; he was the estate's carpenter. Auntie (Miss Price) as (...Read full memory)