Frensham Memories

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I always remember stopping off for a paddle here on my way home from Frensham Junior school.  I remember my nan used to give me my bus fare. But I used to prefer to walk along past the pond so I could stop for a quick paddle.

I remember walking to this post office many a time as I used to live with my nan etc. at Churt House Cottage. The post office was run by a lady of the name Mrs Heaps.  I used to go there for the big bottles of Tizer.