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Seeing the picture of the Information Centre brought back lovely memories for me because in 1968 it was The Windlesora Tea Rooms and Restaurant and I had my wedding reception there in October, there was a lovely room at the back for functions. The car stopped outside on a busy Saturday afternoon and it gathered quite a crowd (...Read full memory)
My dad was a soldier in Windsor barracks in the 1950s. I was born in 1954 and when I was 5 went to Spital school across the road, which I loved. I loved living in the barracks too. There was no health or safety rules, we had complete run of the barracks and being around the horses. We then moved away. And I came back to live (...Read full memory)
At the foot of Windsor Castle on the Datchet Road is St. George's private school, which is within the castle grounds. My mother's mother (my gran), worked in the kitchen there. When I was small (about 10), we would go every Sunday and sit in the parlour with gran and a man called 'deafy', and a lady who smoked and had (...Read full memory)