Memories of March


I was 5 years old when I was evacuated to March from the East End of London. My mother grew up in Turves where my grandfather operated the railway crossing gates. My parents stayed here after the war ended and my father opened a furniture shop and did upholstery. I was educated here and at Wisbech, the Convent School. I left (...Read full memory)

Yes, you are right. This is the rec, I used to play there as a boy; you can see the toilets in the background. Looking at this picture you had the slide behind that, the swings, then the roundabout and last the rocking horse.

I wonder - this looks like the playground in Robingoodfellows Lane where I used to play - can anyone confirm this?

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