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Halfway House

I lived in Halfway House, Common Road, Great Wakering (near Potton Island), from 1957 to 1963. I lived there with my parents, two sisters and three bothers, all older than me. The primary school was a small red brick building in ...Read more

A memory of Great Wakering by Heather Mc Pherson

Halfway House ...

After two ''BIG C'' scares and an operation I finally managed to get back to the HALFWAY HOUSE (Sept 09)....seemed just like yesterday Steve and Kim were so friendly...How the area had changed oxton school had gone also Birkenhead ...Read more

A memory of Birkenhead in 2009 by Mike Dennis

Halfway House Cambuslang

My great-grandfather James Crawford was born over Halfway House, a pub in Cambuslang. The road and building is still there, but it's no longer a pub. I went there last year, as one of my children now lives in Scotland, ...Read more

A memory of Cambuslang in 1880 by Carol Evans

Dads Birthplace

my father lived in the house next to the halfway house pub. he was born in 1912, not sure when the family left. any info would be welcome

A memory of Birkenhead in 1910 by Bill Fletcher

Kirdford In The 20s

Born at Halfway house in 1917, attended the school Jan 1922 to Dec 1931. Joined the army, Royal Horse Artillery, Jan 1932.  Served in India Feb 1933 to Dec 1939. War, Desert, Normandy, retired because of wounds. Worked in London ...Read more

A memory of Kirdford in 1920 by Anthony Matthews

Lifstan Way Esplanade Junction, Looking East Towards Plas Newydd Road And The Halfway House

The Houses with their "victorian" balconies are distinctive, and the Halfway House building can be identified in the middle of the picture. A lovely walk on a ...Read more

A memory of Thorpe Bay by julian

Bull Lane

I can almost see Bull Lane from there. We lived in 'Summerfield' half way up that lane. I remember Mr Wilbey's Ironmongers. He had a massive walrus moustache, and a shop that was a genuine museum in itself. There was Woodwards Store ...Read more

A memory of Waltham Chase in 1959 by Jo Burton

Camping In Bontddu

I spent most of my summers camping in Bontddu at the camp site Tyddyn Du, with my Nan (Kate), Billy and my Aunts and Uncles. Every bank holiday and our two week holidays were spent there. Myself and my cousin Robert, must have ...Read more

A memory of Bontddu in 1975 by Keith Brown

High St (Actually Brockenhurst Road...)

We recently moved to Ascot in 2010, our house is about half way down the left hand side of the photo - or rather it would be if the photo had been taken 3 years later (our house was built 1909). The house on ...Read more

A memory of South Ascot in 2011

Recollections Of Ystrad Mynach

Over seventy years ago my father and mother lived in Rose Cottage, half way down Commercial Street, but there was no Commercial Street then just a row of brick houses known as Brick Row. They faced the opposite ...Read more

A memory of Ystrad Mynach in 1860 by Gareth Sloggett