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Caption for Wheathampstead, Brewhouse Hill C1960: Brewhouse Hill leads from Wheathampstead to the hamlet of Amwell (not to be confused with the village, south of Ware, of the same name.) The almost new Vauxhall Wyvern E model is parked nearly opposite Collins, the antique dealer, and adjacent to the rather modern houses behind the slag-block wall. The village was the home of the Cherry-Garrard family, one of whom was with Scott on his ill-fated expedition to the South Pole.

Memories of Wheathampstead

Oh my goodness.  I was bought up in Wheathampstead and I can still see it now, the newsagents on the High Street and the then "Old fashioned" chemist called Busbys at the end!

Looking for any photos and write ups on Coldharbour Lane, Batford schools and the Folly Fields, Wheathampstead.

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)

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)

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