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Memories of Ranmore Common

I have such happy memories of Ranmore school from 1945 until 1952 Miss Piper and Miss Martin, such excellent teachers, got me through my 11+ The dinner lady, Louie Luff, always gave me second helpings. Using my sweet coupons in the post office on Fridays, punching Georgie Mackay on the nose for trying to steal my (...Read full memory)

By kind permission of the Lord Ashcombe, the Holy Trinity Junior Boys Club, Wimbledon, camped for four weeks every year on Ranmore Common. Most of us were choirboys, so we augmented St Barnabas's choir for their services twice each Sunday. Lord Ashcombe read the lessons. At that time there was a dairy next to his house, (...Read full memory)

The simple pleasure of camping with my Scout group from Ockham, has been a lasting and warm memory over the years. Our Scout room was over the stables in Lady Lovelace's Ockham Park estate. Opposite our camp on Ranmore was a group from Canada, they had made an entrance gateway with a thatched roof with a single (...Read full memory)

When I was about 11 or 12 in the 50's I used to ride from Bookham over to Ranmore quite often.  I would take a packed lunch in a rucksack and off I would go for the day all on my own.  When I got to Ranmore, I used to tie my pony to a tree and go in the post office and ask the man for a bucket of water for my (...Read full memory)

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