More about this scene


Caption for Saltburn By The Sea, Hazlegrove Gardens And The Grotto 1938: Another view of the delightful Hazelgrove area with its charming castellated grotto. This little folly was built as a shelter where one could rest and look out onto the well-laid-out flowerbeds. It was built in the 1930s in concrete with limestone

Memories of Saltburn-By-The-Sea

I was ten years old when I was enrolled at Glenhow prep school. My parents worked in Kenya and thought it would be a good idea to send their son to boarding school instead of being with all my friends in Kenya. I was expelled at the age of 13 and moved on to Lindisfarne College in Wales. I loved Saltburn, it (...Read full memory)

On this photograph there is a little 'bump' on the horizon just below Warsett.  That 'bump'  is 3 railway cottages and my Dad lived in No. l with his parents and brother and sister around 1912 - 13ish when he was school age.  He went to Brotton School where he met my mum.  My grandad had the Signal Box at (...Read full memory)

i was border here for 2 years, had some fantastic times, my parents lived abroad so went overseas during the holidays, wondered if there is anyone else who remembers me swhen i was there. charles wrightson was also a pupil there. he lived in zambia at the time. regards, mike.

I worked here from 1963 until 1967 as an apprentice chef, it was quite grand then. Does any one reading this know of anyone else who worked there between these years? There were two managers in my time Irwin and Lyons, a barman called Luigi, a head waiter called Victor. The head chef for part of that time was André Lys. I'd be pleased to hear from anyone. Malcolm

Sparked a Memory for you?

If this has sparked a memory, why not share it here?

Tools

Add to Album