Read and share your memories of Georgeham itself or of a particular photo of Georgeham.
I was evacuated to Croyde and would walk to school in Georgeham every day. I stayed at a house called Watersmeet with a family named Rogers, daughter Pat. I remember at school we would listen to the radio. I particularly remember Bunyon's 'Pilgrim's Progress' being read on the BBC. The introductory music was 'The Trumpet Voluntary' by Purcell. I do not remember the name of the school.
The Bishops family were in charge and they were a lovely family. The Elizabethan nights were great fun for the guests. If anyone remembers this I have some photos of the time I worked there of the family and all the staff. Also a photo of the little 3 wheeler my friend and I bought - "bubbles" we called it. We had to (...Read full memory)