Ulrome Memories

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My Grandparents Sydney and Ellen Simpson built Beachbank between the world wars. Sydney had served in the Royal Flying Corps in WW1 and left seriously injured but that never prevented them from buying this plot of previous agricultural land and building this fantastic holiday camp where I spent my (...Read full memory)

Looking west from the east end of Ulrome, the shop was in the nearest end of the white cottages.

Looking east from Leeson's pond across the road to Lissett.

Ulrome Wesleyan chapel built of yellow brick finally shut its doors in late 2014 I think, maybe early 2015.

I used to live in the asbestos(!) bungalow on the left from when I was born in 1956 to 1972 after which we moved to Hall Farm where my father was in partnership with his 2 brothers. The bungalow was demolished a good while ago and was replaced by a bigger brick-built dormer which is what can be seen today. The cottages on (...Read full memory)

our family ( from Bradford ) , me and 2 sisters rented one of the chalets at the end of cliff road in the mid fifty's I think it was 2nd from left in on the cliff top .Can remember the garden getting shorter as the cliffs collapased each year. pill boxes onthe beach to play in and trips down to the farm at the end of Cliff (...Read full memory)

I lived at the house on the left - The Chalet. I lived here from 1938 -1959. The eastern end of the house was the village shop and was known as Top View Stores. Records of the house were traced back as early as 1784. When the roof was recently refurbished, the original timbers and roof joists were un-trimmed and had the (...Read full memory)