The Wonderfull Wheaton Aston And Its Folks - a Memory of Wheaton Aston.
Hello to all who live in Wheaton Aston and indeed to those that once lived there. I came with my family. rrother, sister and mother in 1954. Over the years and through reading articles on this site. Wheaton Aston seems to have acquired a poor name. This in my case, I could not agree with. Most people older or my own age treated me as one of the locals. As a young boy I played with all at sports and other childrens games, with all the lads and girls. We made friends with other children from the Little Onn camp site. Later the people that worked there when it became part of the egg producing industry. I can very thuthfully say that Wheaton Aston fitted me out to become I hope a responsible person and I will alway look opon the village of Wheaton Aston and its people with great warmth. There are a great number of names that I would like to say hello too. So if you remember the name, a great 'Hello' to each and every one of you.
A memory shared by on Nov 18th, 2010. Send John Witheridge a message
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