Visiting Abinger Hammer In The 1960s. - a Memory of Abinger Hammer.

I used to visit Abinger Hammer in the late 60s early 70s with my Nan and Granddad and Mum to see my Great-Auntie Mabel and Great-Uncle Jack. They lived next door (or next but one?) to the Post Office and Uncle Jack worked in the Watercress beds. I remember a boy called Peter lived at the Post Office and would leave his old comics for me to read. I wonder if anyone remembers my Aunt and Uncle, their last name was Bunce.


A memory shared by kerryag on Aug 24th, 2019.
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