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16a - a Memory of Tilehurst.

Hazel, was no 16a above a bank? Because in 1948 I'm sure there was a family called Bibbins living there. Maybe this was before or after you were there.


A memory shared by Michael Taylor on Nov 16th, 2011. Send Michael Taylor a message

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Sat Jan 23rd 2016, at 9:54 am
neatcomms commented:
Yes it was the Bibbins.The place was Dickensian. Gaslights, no bathroom, and rat infested because of Rules bakery next door. Often see my grandmother chasing them with a broom.
In 1950 we were eventually moved to Beverley Rd......heaven

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