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Home - a Memory of Witchampton.

I was born in 1 Georgina Cottages. My family have a long history in the village. My first school was just down the hill from where I lived at the time, it is now a large house. In the club where the new shop is was my local to have a drink (I had my first beer there at 17 years old). I played snooker there every Friday night when me and my old man (Dad) went down the club, my playing partners were Jack Chick and Jim Langford, God rest their souls. My dad worked on the farm. That's all at the moment. Any one that knows me, please reply e-mail: christopherblachford@hotmail


A memory shared by Christopher Blachford on Jan 27th, 2010.
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