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Memories of Langold, Doncaster Road c1955

I was sent by my mother as an evacuee to stay with her sister Lilian to get away from the bombs dropping over Wimbledon during the war. My Uncle Wilf and Aunt Lill lived above the Tylers Shoe Shop in Langold. Uncle Wilf (Scotney) was the manager of this shop and also of the one in Doncaster. I started school in Langold in the (...Read full memory)

My Nan, 'Nellie Pollard', lived in Guest Villas at the bottom of the hill from Langold, going towards Worksop. I had some great holidays in Langold, I'm sure it was a great place for kids to live during 1970s. If anyone remembers my nan, please drop me a line.

The Priories Historical Society based in Oldcotes are looking for any old photos, maps, books, documents to facilitate our research into this important archaeological area. The Priories have talks every month at Oldcotes Village Hall (see website). I live in Langold now and it is still very similar looking, the cinema has (...Read full memory)

By, this photo brings back memories. I lived at the then British Legion Club from 1951 to 1958 while my mother and father Jack and Mavis Harding were club steward and stewardess. I started school there in 1951 and it has great memories for me, it was a great time with Langold Lake nearby in its prime. I still think (...Read full memory)

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