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Burham Camp - a Memory of Wouldham.

I lived in Burham probably 1948 to mid fifties. Does anyone remember the old camp site over the hill at the crossroads of Church St. & Court Rd.
At these crossroads stood 17 big elm trees, the camp was setup for displaced people with Nissan huts & some brick buildings, it was an old Army camp as it still had the old gun sites there, we used to play in them & catch newts in the underground shelters.
Does anyone have any photos of this? if so can they please share?

Thanks, Max


A memory shared by Max Mayer on Jun 24th, 2013. Send Max Mayer a message

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