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A Happy, Friendly Place For A Boy To Grow Up ...
Born in Woking in 1945 I lived in New Haw from 1947 to 1964, firstly at Warren Road and then from 1949 in Braeside. I remember Mrs Crab at West Byfleet Primary who taught me to read; I remember Mr Bean at ...Read more
A memory of New Haw in 1947 by
Frenchay Hospital, Bristol Built By The American Army
Frenchay Hospital in Bristol was built by the American Army during the Second World War. Frenchay Hospital is a large hospital situated in Frenchay, South Gloucestershire, on the (NE) outskirts of ...Read more
A memory of Frenchay by
About the time that this photo was taken the fence on the left hand side of the road was demolished in the middle of the night. An obviously tired local Member of Parliament, for the adjoining constituency, had fallen asleep at the ...Read more
A memory of Bromley by
The Cricketers Arms And The Town Hall
I always remember the Cricket Green as the lazy hazy days of summer. My father played cricket here, I don't remember the name of his team, but we had to sit and watch him. I liked it when the crocuses poked ...Read more
A memory of Mitcham in 1959 by
A Visit By An American Soldier (Professor) During Wwii
My uncle Joe Wolff was an American Soldier during WWII and spent the summer of 1942 stationed in various places in Wiltshire including Tottenham House. Although he was a private he was very ...Read more
A memory of Marlborough in 1942 by