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Re: What happened? For Allan
Busy with cars & girls, eh? Those were the days! I lived at 20 Queens Crescent. From Crawley Avenue, cross Burns Heads Road onto Dukes Avenue, and at the far end (on Queens Crescent) is no 20, backing onto the cemetery.
We used to get a grand view into the cemetery on Remembrance Day, watching the Navy bands marching through.
I often walked along Crawley Avenue to the shops: Ned Danby (the greengrocer) Norman the butcher amongst others. And who can forget Meggies Back Shop: around the back of the main shops. Was an Off-licence, as I recall, but also sold pop & crisps. How much refund did you get on an empty pop bottle?
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