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I was born on 18 September 1962 in my mum & dad's bedroom at AMQ6, Fraser Crescent, Mundesley-On-Sea. Dad was a corporal telephonist (Tom Gill) at RAF Trimingham while mum was kept busy bringing up my 4 siblings, all of whom are much older than me. When I was born Norma was 16, Joyce 15, Thomas 13 and Anne 12. Norma worked (...Read full memory)

We lived at number 3 Fraser Crescent from 1958 until 1962. My father was an airman at the time. My brother was born in the prefab in 1960. Imagine my delight to recognise myself in the photo. I am the taller girl in the patterned dress on the right of the picture. Mum's rule was that I must not go through the gate without (...Read full memory)

I lived in these quarters in Fraser Crescent (No 4) in 1969/70 while stationed at RAF Neatishead. The prefabs were fully furnished and officially classed as sub standard accomodation and as such the rent was 2 a week which included a lorry coming each week to provide clean bed sheets. The RAF station was closed and the (...Read full memory)

I drove past this building yesterday and am sad to see what an appalling state in which it has deteriorated. I remember this Hotel in the 1960s when it was a hive of activity with a full complement of staff (just a few months ago I met the lady who used to be the Housekeeper there for (...Read full memory)

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