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Memories of Burgess Hill

I attended London Road school from 1956-1962. I can remember Mr Smith and the after school stamp club, also Miss Brown, Miss Holloway, Miss Oakley, and Mrs Parrot . When I was in Miss Browns class, some of the other children were, Marilyn Harrop, Leslie Rogers, Sheila Ashdown, Pauline Morgan, (her dad (...Read full memory)

Between 1964 and 1966, I used to travel by bus from Haywards Heath to school in Burgess Hill, going over Keymer crossing twice a day. If we were lucky, a train would be coming and we would get to see the crossing in action. The picture is taken looking south, towards Burgess Hill, and the signal box is visible on the (...Read full memory)

I lived in Burgess Hill from 1961 - 1980 with my adopted Parents Ray and Margaret Harbour and their daughter Alison I went to London road C.P. school from 1963 - 1968 my classmates were Alison Webb, caroline Rodgers, Martin Duffy Stephen Ide who I share a birthday with 60! Richard brough (...Read full memory)

I was a student at Oakmeeds before it went comprehensive. In those days we had huge playing fields looked after by my mate's dad Mr Agate. The footpath ran straight through the school and the general public could walk through anytime. All the blocks were seperate so we got soaked then it rained between lessons, it didn't (...Read full memory)

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