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'Borrowed' ammunition and explosive consequences
Click on the image to open a large version in a new window An exciting place for children Woodingdean during WWII was ...
A fantastic childhood
Stirring memories So many memories have been stirred looking through this website. I lived at 92 Stanstead Crescent from the time ...
A postcard view?
My grandparents, William and Florence Langley, and their daughter Doris (who was my mother) lived in a bungalow called Kee ...
A young girl in the 1950s
Making daisy chains I lived in Woodingdean as a young girl in the 1950s. We lived for a while in a ...
Changes over the years
Baptist Hall Sunday School On Sunday mornings I was sent off to Sunday School to the Baptist Hall at the top ...
Childhood memories 1950/60s
Lived in Sandhurst Avenue My family moved to Woodingdean in 1957, when I was eight. We lived in Sandhurst Avenue, the ...
Childhood memories of 1950/60s
Newly built houses in 1957 I lived in Woodingdean from 1954 till 1968. We first lived in a prefab at 14 ...
Childhood memories of the 1940/50s
I was born in the Brighton General Hospital in April 1943. The family home was 10 Channel View Road, Woodingdean ...
Dewponds and dumps
Remembering the shops When I was about six years old, we moved to Crescent Drive North when my father Albert (John ...
Returned to Woodingdean Having retired and recently returned to Woodingdean, I was pleased to come across this web site, and read ...
Remembering Woodingdean schooldays
In the winter we would build a huge bonfire for November 5th at the top of Warren Hill next to ...
Sylvan Mount School
An amazing experience I lived in Woodingdean throughout the 60s. I started my school life at the age of four at ...
The House that stood on the hill
Built in the 1920s Do you remember ‘Warren House’ pictured here in 1967? The house dates from the mid 1920s and ...
The Woodingdean Well - Hidden History Archive
Successful play The Woodingdean Well has been a part of many people’s lives. It has also inspired a successful play entitled ...
At school in the 1950s
Athletics Team 1959
Deepest hand dug well in the world
Easter activity 1957
Photographs: then and now
Previously known as Woodendean Farm
School Cricket Team circa 1961
School sports teams circa early 1950s
Teachers from 1949/1950s
Warren Farm Industrial School
Woodingdean history and buildings
Introduction to Woodingdean
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