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Memories of Burgess Hill

My family lived at 113 Chanctonbury Road in the early 1960s. I remember some neighbours--the Pinneys (Geoff and Sarah) and the Misters, who had a cat called Chivers, the parent of our cat, Ginger. We did not stay long--Dad got transferred to Cheltenham in the mid 60s, but I have such happy memories of the place! My (...Read full memory)

Another great pic of Chanctonbury. I have a recollection of a road called wingletire or something like that (excuse spelling) would that be the road on the left of this picture, if so our old house could be in the picture, number 186. Mike

I could easily be in the photo of people watching cricket at St Johns Park , Burgess Hill . I lived in the block of flats at the far end of the photo , behind the tall trees , from 1960 to 1964 . I was age 7 - 11 during those years . I watched the Burgess Hill cricket team play almost every Saturday they played at home (...Read full memory)

I just read Martin Doonan's memories of Burgess Hill at London Road primary school . I lived in Burgess Hill from 1960 to 64 . Looking at the old photos bring back great memories . I was in Martin's class and remember your nickname was ' Doodlebug ' , Martin . I can remember David Bye ( nickname Bye Bye ) , (...Read full memory)

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