Burgess Hill, Station Road c.1965

Memories of Burgess Hill


I was born in Burgess Hill in 1955 and lived at 18 Peartree Close. There was a rough track behind the house with rear access to garages, and we spent loads of time playing up and down this track and in the woods beyond. I used to go to London Road Primary School and remember Mrs Duckworth as my teacher. Before (...Read full memory)

Does anyone recall the mansion house called Inholmes. It was at the very top of Cants Lane when I was a youngster (I am now 50). It was owned by Keymer Brick and Tile Company as I grew up and then sadly demolished to make way for the present housing estate. I would appreciate any photographs or memories.

I too remember Mrs Duckworth though she was not my teacher, my first teacher was Miss Richardson and also there was a Mrs Parrott. I then went to a class run by Mrs Donnovan, Mr Baird was head master and Ms Brown was the scary teacher, also I was in Mr Eliot's and Mr Smith's class. Of course all gone now (...Read full memory)

Lovely pic of Chanctonbury Rd. grew up in this road in the early 60s , no 186. Pretty much as i remember it, hardly anyone had a car. Just joined this group and hope to find out much more and discover more photos. Sadly i was to young to remember to much. Mike

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