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I was sent to stay at Ormorod House in 1953 or 1954 for 4weeks recuperation following a tonsillectomy because we lived in condemned property at the time. The journey from Walsall took forever, I was 7 years old and very home sick all the time. I used to look at the Tower from the toilet window and cry silently (...Read full memory)

I believe I went to the Ormerod Home, at the age of about eight or nine, as a result of the Local Authority (Blackpool) having a number of reserved places at this establishment. Homes such as this were built along the sand dunes near Blackpool in order to provide a healthy environment, in which youngsters from the (...Read full memory)

My name is Eileen Turner. I had a sister named Kathleen Turner. If anyone who went here knows me please contact me, I would love to talk to someone who went there. My name is Sophia Ufton. I am writing this on behalf of my mom, thanks.  

I am currently researching my family history, and my grandparents lived at Kirkham Caravan Park around 1952/53. They lived in a small caravan and had their first child, (my mum) at Lytham St Annes Hospital. I have photos of the caravan they lived in, but I am struggling to find any information on any caravan parks in (...Read full memory)

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