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Approach to Minster

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Trevor Howland 15-Feb-2009 10:18
It was either Kite or Knight, the daughters name was Lynda & the actual farm was just down and accross from the duck pond, Bunnies Warren.
I attended Minister primary school 1953 - 58, and just down from the school was a bungalow where the owner used to sell us children apples, water but in the garden complete with a tin clockwork submarine - remember that Steve
Steve Sturges 12-Jul-2006 11:10
I lived in Minster as a small boy in the 50s and lived in the cottages across the road from the school,where i attended, just up from the cottages was a butchers shop and further up was the Hero of Waterloo and acoss from that i believe was Griffiths corner shop,i well remember The Glen and was their a Kites Farm?,aftermoveing to London we would always comeback for Holidays and see our old neighbours,I live in Australia now but have allways tried to visit when back in the uk,This site is a credit to you Trevor and thank you for bringing back such long forgotten memories
Steve Sturges known as Steve Harris in those days
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