Witchampton Postman - a Memory of Witchampton.

My grandparents bill and Kathy James lived it witchampton most of their married life raising my mum Glynis James and her younger sister Davina. So many fond memories of visiting my grandparents from feeding the lambs at the farm and blue bell picking. My great grandparent Albert Gilbert was the postman he only had one arm lost it in the First World War. I was heartbroken when they moved to colehill. I now live in Vancouver Canada but often come home and take a drive out to my favourite little village xxx

A memory shared by taniataylor44 on Mar 14th, 2018. Send taniataylor44 a message

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Tue May 5th 2020, at 1:08 am
heather737 commented:
Wow I knew your grandparents well and Glynis was my best friend. I remember your great grandfather on his push bike with his one arm delivering the mail. I used to live in Newtown but we emigrated to Australia. Who's your mum?

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