Luccombe Memories

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Porch Cottage must be called the happy house because as three little girls from a chemical town in the North West we also spent our summers there......of course we are now aged 58, 61 and 63 years old but we recently went back down to visit the cottage - our youngest sister flew in from (...Read full memory)

My grandparents lived in Porch Cottage in Luccombe. I would often be taken to visit my grandparents but it was during the summer holidays I had the most fun. Luccombe village is a magical place for a child and even more so in the summer months, it truly is one of the most beautiful places and the times I spent there are my happiest memories. Karen Johnson granddaughter of Roy and Gladys Johnson.