Woodcote, The White Lion, Crays Pond c.1950

Photo ref: W257001X

Memories of Woodcote


Very few people realise that there was a RAF Maintenance Camp in Woodcote during and after the Second World War years. There is a comprehensive history of this operational base with archive photos and local oral memories at :- http://www.mycetes.co.uk/b/index.html Have a look now before all the old tell tale signs are gone forever as nature reclaims the land back.

Regarding the statement of Percy Bonner and his wife Rennie Bonner, written by Ken Crammer: These people were my aunt and uncle. Uncle Percy and Aunt Rennie went on to have 2 children, Louisa and Percy aka Penny, both married and continued to live in Crays Pond with their children and grandchildren near by. In 1966 (...Read full memory)

Regarding the statement of Percy Bonner and his wife Rennie Bonner written by Ken Crammer. These people were my Aunt and Uncle. Uncle percy and aunt Rennie went on to have 2 children, Louisa and percy aka penny, both married and continued to live in crays pond with their children and grandchildren near by. In 1966 Uncle (...Read full memory)

I was evacuated to some wooden bungalows in Goring Road and lived with Percy and Renee Bonner. Renee's relations were Romany gypsies who lived in Woodcote. The photo shows The White Lion and the village shop which I believe was "Pointers Stores". Percy ran a log delivery business, and these were delivered by horse and cart to (...Read full memory)

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