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Memories of Liphook

while driving through Bordon Hampshire recently came to crossroads sign Lip hook I was informed by my dad that they used to train the army lads here drive trains .can any one shed some news

My uncle (PW Brooker) was manager of Smorthwaites chemists for many years in the mid 1900's. Mr Smorthwaite himself was a very old man... I remember meeting him once in the back of the shop where my aunt and others dispensed medicines. This photo suggests that originally the shop was on the corner of the Square( later (...Read full memory)

My Uncle Fred had a watchmaker and Jewellers shop in Liphook Square. (F H Payne) Also my Uncle Percy (P W Brooker) was manager of the chemist shop also in the Square. (Smorthwaites)

My twin brother Colin and I were born at Chiltley Place on the 28th of July 1942 due to the bombing of Portsmouth. My father was serving in the Royal Navy on the hospital ship HMS Liverpool in the far east when we were born. My parents and brothers last visited Chiltley place in the late 1950's. Recently I received a copy (...Read full memory)

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