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Hardwick Service Station 1946 1955

Ronald Newell, my father, moved from Potters Bar to Hardwick in 1946. He bought Hardwick Service Station from his brother in law (Bert Croad), who owned it during the second world war. ...Read more

A memory of Hardwick in 1950 by Martin Newell

The Village Football Team Of The 1950s

I remember in the 1950s when Cherry Hinton had the best village football team in Cambridgeshire, and around the 1950s when Cherry Hinton was a village, sadly no more. Farms up the High Street. Smiths bakers ...Read more

A memory of Cherry Hinton in 1956 by Clarke Ron

Born & Bred In Aberfan

I was born in 1937 and with the outbreak of WWII lived with my grandparents, Ollie and Maggi Owen, at 29 Cottrell Street, Aberfan, while my father served in the army. My parents were Roy and Ada Taylor, and after the war my dad ...Read more

A memory of Aberfan in 1950 by Alan Taylor

Memories Of Ottershaw

My family came to live in Ottershaw in 1952 when I was 5 years old. My father, Charles Coulson, had moved us from the North of England owing to lack of work since his de-mob from the RAF. He was employed as a ...Read more

A memory of Ottershaw in 1952 by Denis Coulson