Ah, Lynford Hall Place Of Mystery! - a Memory of Mundford.

Stationed at RAF Lakenheath in the mid 1960's, friends and I would drive out to Lynford Hall to have a pint in the pub there. You always felt like you were stepping back into the WW II era. The pub had a roaring fire in a huge fireplace. You could wander around because the place was largely deserted. In the cavernous cellar a ceiling was hung with some sort of blue gauze material, because it had housed a dance hall about ten years prior. In daylight, one could wander the grounds, which were unkempt. Down a couple of terraces one came to a water feature, with stepping stones crossing it. There might be geese or swans. Wonderful days. Great nights. Fine beer.


David


A memory shared by dgrafton1 on Jul 24th, 2019. Send dgrafton1 a message

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