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Memories of Herne Bay

I am interested about a children's convalescent home called, 'Birds Nest and Grange House, 41 Brunswick Square, Herne Bay, Kent. In about 1958/59 as an 8 or 9 year old, my 10 year old sister, (May) and I were sent from London to a seaside convalescent home after recovering from an (...Read full memory)

I started school at 5yrs old ii then lived in Fernlea Avenue the house was called Anglo West and was number 44 (how i remember this so well i do not know) my mum took me to school through the park the school was not far from the end of the park cant remember the road was it Kings Road? I remember a street party must have been (...Read full memory)

I first got to know Herne Bay in the Second World War as my parents used to send me there from where we lived in Feltham to stay with my grandparents on my mum's side to give me a rest from the bombing. In later years both my parents moved there and Dad opened an electrical shop in the High Street where I lived over (...Read full memory)

I HAVE LIVED IN HERNE BAY ALL MY LIFE, 70 YEARS AND WOULD NOT LIVE ANYWHERE ELSE. I HAVE SOME GREAT MEMORIES OF MY LIFE IN THE TOWN, THE ONE I MENTION TODAY IS JUST ONE OF MANY ! CLIMBING THE CLIFFS BETWEEN THE DOWNS AND BISHOPSTONE GLEN, I SPENT YEARS AS A LAD OCCUPYING MY TIME EVEN PLAYING TRUANT TO SPEND TIME CLIMBING BOTH (...Read full memory)

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