Letchmore Heath Memories

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My parents used to own the newsagent and post office in the village, Letchmore Stores. I still remember the old friends I had as a child and the fun and mischief we used to get up to in those days. What a wonderful place to be a child.

What a strange name for a pub! This has been the venue for much morris dancing over a great many years as the Three Horseshoes fronts on to a typically rural English village scene: an odd shaped green, a war memorial and a duck pond. I have been playing my piano accordian for Whitethorn Morris for almost (...Read full memory)

I have been a piano accordian player with Whitethorn Morris for almost 30 years and sometimes I need help in getting repairs done! In the summer of 2004 I managed to snap the leather straps of my accordian - not through any accident, just simply the wear and tear of many years (...Read full memory)