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Woodmansterne Memories - a Memory of Woodmansterne.

I was born in woodmansterne in1980. My parents lived in hempshaw avenue and my grandparents ran the woodman pub. I have fond memories of the village, the pub and the stories my dad tells me of when he was a boy growing up in woodmansterne.

A memory shared by ruandalfiesmum on Dec 22nd, 2016.
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 Comments & Feedback

Thu Dec 7th 2017, at 10:46 am
petercox195 commented:
I lived in Woodmansterne with my family in 1959-1965 and in the later years used to play in the grounds of The Woodman with children of the Landlord. There was an old Air Raid shelter we played in when we weren't playing wild in the woods and fields that surround the area.
Happy days
We lived in the shops next to the Church

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