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1946. When the war ended and my father came home, my parents brought me to Hiram from Bournemouth to see his parents. They lived in one of the small cottages just up from the hotel on the heathfield Road, on the opposite side from where Don Cockell lived a little later. After that I went to stay with some friends or relatives, I’m not sure which, at a holding a Maynard Green. Tony Mesher

Because of the grounds of Horeham Manor virtually all the shops were on the side of the road that is to the right in the photograph entitled "Horam, Main Road c1955". One exception can be seen in this picture, and I believe is still there now. It was a wooden structure, built (so I understand) by my late father and his (...Read full memory)

I remember this scene very well as I used to live a little way down the road to the right, on the way to Vines Cross. I lived there, in fact, until about 1967 when I went to study in London. My parents continued to live there until about 1986 when they moved first to Heathfield and then to Suffolk to be near me and my (...Read full memory)

I remember going to this Church as a child. Cannot remember the Ministers name. I thought it was surrounded by more trees. I walked past this chruch many times on my way to visit friends further down the road.