Ringwood High Street Circa 1955 - a Memory of Ringwood.

I can remember as seven year old having to stay with my Aunt Louise Topp in the house above the closed Butchers shop Topps next to the National Provincial Bank building on the left side of the high street,the balcony window jutting out was the drawing room,can remember sitting there watching the activities in the street,the back garden went down to the slaughter house,now a garage in the Bickerly.


A memory shared by barrytopp on Nov 13th, 2016.
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