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A tough but happy childhood
Living in the 1950s I lived in Moulsecoomb at 99 Ringmer Road in the 1950s. I went to Moulsecoomb Infants, then ...
A wonderful new home
My own room Around 1956/7 we moved out of Boston Street in Brighton to Shortgate Road Moulsecoomb till 1964/5, then moved ...
Barefoot fun in Wild Park
Playing in Wild Park When I think of all the hours we would play over at the Wild Park, it is ...
Boy Cubs in the 1960s
I was eight years old In 1965 I lived at 48 Colbourne Avenue, Moulsecoomb, and that year I became eight years ...
Coronation Street Party
My family and I lived in Whitehawk from 1947 until 1958 when we emigrated to Australia. We lived in Wiston ...
Infants playing c1936
This is a photo of Moulsecoomb Infant School taken about 1936. The child with the arrow pointing to him is my father, ...
Summers always seemed longer
Moved in as a three year old I was about three years old when we moved to 48 Colbourne Avenue, Moulsecoomb ...
The 67 Centre and apple fights
Lived in Ringmer Road I was brought up in Ringmer Road with my mum Phyllis Bonner, my father Terry Bonner, and ...
Wiston Road in the 1950s
Homesick for Whitehawk Reading all the interesting posts here has made me homesick for Whitehawk. I know that Whitehawk has changed ...
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