A Grand Spell of Sunshine - The Life and Legacy of Francis FrithA Grand Spell of Sunshine - The Life and Legacy of Francis Frith

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Other Memories from Barnehurst

I lived at 99 Appledore Avenue, Barnehurst from 1956 - 1975. My school friends from Appledore were David and John Owen, Steve Beard and his lovely Jordy family, Christine , Jennifer and Alan Jones. My next door neighbours were Mrs Fullylove, Fred and Dot Cutts. I went to Barnehurst Primary and Junior School where Miss Cardy and Miss Mumford were the respective headmistresses. Mr Attwood who put on the Xmas plays was ...see more

Added 24 September 2020
We moved from Bexley Village to Barnehurst in 1971 when I was four years old. I grew up with my sister and two brothers on Eastleigh Road where all the children used to come out and play - we'd be out from dawn until dusk in the summer, building dens and camps over Barnehurst Golf Course and climbing trees over at Martens Grove Park, not to mention the long hot ...see more

Added 04 September 2015
I lived in Appledore Avenue, for the first 17 years of my life.(1956 - 1973) Happy memories. My parents were married at St Paulinus Church in 1954. I went to Barnehurst Primary and Junior School. the headmistresses were Miss Cardy and Miss Mumford. I go back every so often to rekindle my earliest memories... its such a long time ago Steve Tull Ramsgate Kent.

I went to Crayford County Modern Secondary school in Iron Mill Lane 1945 1950. Now demolished I see! Each week in summer our class walked from Iron Mill Lane to Martens Grove via Old Road, walking thro' the woodland of the Grove. I remember my first dive off the high board seen in the picture. I met my wife to be in Shenstone Park were we played football to impress the girls and ...see more

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