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Looking for any photos and write ups on Coldharbour Lane, Batford schools and the Folly Fields, Wheathampstead.
I was born in St Albans in 1946 and lived at a cottage called Primrose Cottage, The Hill, Wheathampstead. My grandmother lived in the cottage, Wayside Cottage, on the hill which still exists today. My brother and I used to play on the Wick behind the cottage and I remember an air raid (...Read full memory)
We moved to Delaport Farm , on the edge of the golf course, in or around 1958 til 1965 to move to a larger farm in Somerset. At that time my mother would fill her car up with 4 gallons of petrol for £1.00. Simons was the butcher, Auld was the baker & Titmuus had a grain depot in the village, Mr. Amos had the (...Read full memory)