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Happy Days - a Memory of Wooburn Green.

l was born in Clapton approach, in 1951 on of nine children, my mum and dad use to work down at the screw factory. a friend and my self use to go round to the barly mow to buy a bottle of coke and crisps some-times we would cycle down to the green to buy fish and chips.. when we had left school we seem to drift apart ,l left home because of the m-way took the fun out of wooburn green . lnow live in bristol

A memory shared by mjcassell51 on Sep 10th, 2015.
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Tue Mar 26th 2019, at 11:19 am
I was born and brought up at Whitehouse Lane up past the Mother Redcap pub. I had 2 cousins who lived in Clapton Approach, Linda & Pauline Tilling.
Can you remember the Tilling family ?
Peter Twitchen

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