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My Childhood - a Memory of Hornby.

As a child I spent many a happy summer holiday in the castle grounds. My  aunt was cook at the castle and my uncle worked the land. From what I remember I think it was then owned by the Clutterbuck family. My aunt and uncle lived in the lodge just down the hill from the castle near the church. Somewear in the lake is a necklace belonging to my mum as my aunty and her used to go in the old rowing boat they had. She lost it while they were messing about. I hope to try to revisit the castle one day and take my children to see it, the lake and the old ice house if it is still there.

A memory shared by Susan Beresford on Dec 28th, 2008. Send Susan Beresford a message

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