Baker Street/Cricket Common - a Memory of Weybridge.
Sad to say my last sight of this'green' was in 1981, from the 'new' units, gracious by modern standards, addressed as Baker St., but having this exact view from from the quite elegant sitting rooms. A dear friend and 'almost m-in-law' retired there from Laleham at that time. I had moved overseas but still being close friends with the family would visit if back in the UK. Prue later moved to 'live-in' with part of the family who re-located to a small acreage in Cornwall . I've lived a most varied life but sometimes wonder what it would have been like to stay and develop in that area which I really liked so much. A brother tells me nothing (in the UK) is like it used to be - so no good wondering. However, it is wonderful to see again sights such as this. I can taste the tea, Abbey Crunch biscuits & see the polished furniture so very clearly. Interesting
A memory shared by on Feb 10th, 2015.
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