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Memories of Huntingdon

I was born at 18 Primrose Lane in 1944. We then moved to Priory Road and then onto Brookside long before the ring road was built. I remember when The Grand cinema caught fire in the middle of the night and hearing the old air raid siren signalling the fire engines. The fun we had at the youth club (...Read full memory)

would any one that knew me as now i live in godmanchester been now just over two years now

I remember Huntingdon's High Street in 1965. I was only a little girl then, holding on to my grandmother's hand.  My grandparents were Kate and Reginald Wayman and they lived in Hartford Road opposite the River Ouse.  Nanna and I would often walk to the town centre and she'd buy me a 'Pixie' comic; there were some lovely (...Read full memory)

The man riding his cycle beside the car looked so familiar, and I firmly believe that it is Mr Timothy (Tim) Towler who was Art and Technical Drawing Master at Huntingdon Grammar School during the 1940s and very early `950s. Tim, as he was called by us irreverent pupils, lived in Godmanchester, and cycled from his (...Read full memory)

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