East Coker Junction. - a Memory of Yeovil.

This photo shows the road junction (left behind the car) leading to East Coker village. From 1960 onward I served my apprenticeship with FW Saunders the Rootes Group dealers in Reckleford. About this time Recklesford was widened all the way up the hill to the hospital and the delightful little Bide's Garden covered in tarmac. Yeovil councillors you effectively destroyed such a pretty little Somerset town. Shame on you!


A memory shared by Peter Woods on Mar 13th, 2014.
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