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Caption for Wye, Bridge Street 1918: Note the heavily laden horse and cart outside the garage (centre). Like the inhabitants of many villages at the time, the people here were recovering from the devastating effects of the First World War. Wye sits beneath the chalk hills of the North Downs; it has a 12th-century church, beautiful Georgian buildings and a college founded in the 1400s by the Archbishop of Canterbury.

Memories of Wye

My father was the village policeman, William Fenwick. We lived next to the village police station at 19, Upper Bridge Street, Wye. I have two sisters, Pauline and Jacqueline who went to the local primary school. There was a villlage sweet shop on upper bridge Road called Holland's which was run by an ancient old couple who (...Read full memory)

My family are Hopkins' from Wye. John and then his sister Sarah ran this pub during the 1850's to 1890's. Year/Publican or other Resident/Relationship to Head and or Occupation/Age/Where Born/Source. 1855/J Hopkins -Post Office Directory 1858/John Hopkins -Melvilles Directory 1862/John Hopkins- Post Office Directory (...Read full memory)

My name is Graham Foster and my father William Foster was the licensee of the Victoria Inn from 1938 , He left Wye under strange family circumstances would any body have any memories please?

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