A Grand Spell of Sunshine - The Life and Legacy of Francis FrithA Grand Spell of Sunshine - The Life and Legacy of Francis Frith

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Golf Links

A Memory of Corfe Mullen.

My parents thatched cottage in Haywards Lane when they purchased it in 1950, had over 27 acres of land and previous to them owning it and starting to farm the land it was owned by a Miss Wadlow and her sisters, they were quite a well off family, having a car and people working for them. The land had been used by them as a Golf Course - often we would find golf balls about the land. The Cottage has now been demolished, along with Milking Parlour and buildings, one of which was an old wooden garage, complete with toilet and wash basin. A few of the tall fir trees still stand around edges of the land, at one time they stood tall and proud all along Broadmore Rd and up through Haywards Lane.
Does anyone remember the Golf Course please?
There was a tiny brick built building within our property, just big enough for small children to stand up in, this was half way down Haywards Lane.
Jill Taylor (as I was in those days)

A memory of Corfe Mullen

Added 17 September 2019


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