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Burgess Hill - a Memory of Burgess Hill.

I lived in silverdale road from about 1960-1972 and went to dicker house and then to pneu school. We did our sewing class on the front lawn in the summer by a beautiful labernum tree. Swimming at the local pool and the goose fair! All happy memories!

A memory shared by mayvalentine on May 2nd, 2017.
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 Comments & Feedback

Thu Jan 30th 2020, at 1:09 am
boatnoida commented:
Is this Jim Evans who went to St Peters Court
Wed Oct 18th 2017, at 5:00 pm
jimevans commented:
Hello May - we were your neighbours! I recall your brother was Errol and your father Brian, former Kent and England cricketer and lovely man. I recall playing cricket on your lawn and enjoying your swimming pool. Fond memories!
Jim Evans

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