The Glorious Days Of Our Lives - a Memory of Wrottesley Park.

Memories for Wrottesley Park...The glorious days of our lives

I was born in 1953, my parents came over after the Second World War. There was a little community of foreigners. Our family's name was Cozubovski, there was Dad, Mom, and the three children, Tom the eldest, Bob the middle one, and George the little one. We went to Christ Church school, on School Road. When I look back at my life then, it was glorious, I loved it so much. My name is Bob. My, how time has gone by so fast. When I think about the good old days it brings tears to my eyes. I can't remember the year we had to leave, but if my memories serves me right we all had to leave Wrottesley Park. I can remember going to Mrs Grey's shop, buying sweets, she was a lovely and pleasant woman. I can just remember the Wolley's so hello to you. I think you might remember the Cozubovski's

Shared on 21 March 2011 by Bohdan (bob) Cozubovski

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