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I always spent my school summer hols in St. Faiths, with my grandparents Mary and Harry Bacon. I lived in the industrial north (Leeds) so it was such a treat to be there. They lived in a cottage opposite the church and then moved in the late 50's/early 60's to a council bungalow in Abbey Close. I moved to Canada in (...Read full memory)

My name is Pamela, my last name used to be NEAL. I lived in a farm house down this long country lane from 1952-1958. We had chickens and pigs. Our neighbor had a daughter called Sally Ann. Her dad had greyhounds and we went greyhound racing a lot when I was little in Great Yarmouth. I went to infant school (...Read full memory)

My sister and I would be given 3p and it was a treat to run down the hill to the shop and buy a packet of Smiths Crisps with the little blue salt bag, happy days. My Nanny lived at this end of Back Street in Abbey Road.

Looking at the picture I think you turned left and my nursery school was on the right hand side, was it St Christopher's? I can remember seeing the fighters at St Faiths, must have been swifts, hawks, hunters, this must have been about the 1950s.