Woking, Chertsey Road 1898
Memories of Woking
I have happy memories of Woking's Victoria Hospital 1963 - 1965, where I completed my State Enrolment training. It was a very small training school giving excellent tuition by Mrs Mockett. Sister Burns was our Home Sister who looked after our health. Matron was Miss Horsefield - very strict as far as I can recall.
So many memories of school years here from 1959-66. Coming from Burpham nr Guildford I remember travel on public transportation and how most people did not come from my area. In the summer during Wimbledon fortnight I would bicycle so as to be home to watch the tennis. I remember how under Miss (...Read full memory)
When I was Five we lived in Byfleet and often visited the Woking Lido in Summer. I nearly killed myself by sliding down the slide unsupervised. Fortunately my father saw me and dragged me out. When I was Six my sister and I boarded at the Frithe Knowle School, in Wych Hill Lane (1948). The principal was Miss M Windsor (...Read full memory)