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Peter Grainge Remembers the Prefabs
This was where as a child he spent most summer holidays there from the age of about five to about ten. Read more ... [estate_021b]
Stephen Hazell memories of Bevendean
Stephen was born in 1951 in Hornby Road, Lower Bevendean and lived in Bevendean until 1983. Read more ... [s_028]
Bob Wakelin memories of Bevendean
Bob was born in West Street, Brighton, and moved to Bevendean in 1948, we lived at No. 7 Norwich Drive. Plus a comment from Geoff Lindfield added September 2018. Read more ... [s_027]
Brian Donaldson - Bevendean and the self-build bungalows
Brian was born in Redvers Road, moved to the Avenue, and later to a prefab in Heath Hill Avenue. Read more ... [s_026]
Andre Bevan memories of Lower Bevendean
I was born on June 17, 1943 at the Brighton General Hospital, when the nurse came along with me, my mother said “take him away I want a girl” and she had a name all lined up Julie. Read more ... [s_024]
Amelia Scopes memories of Lower Bevendean
I was born on 15th of August 1920 at 7 Marshalls Row, Brighton, which was a little street beside the open market. I was in Southall Avenue from 1941 until we moved up to Norwich Drive. Read more ... [s_025]
Douglas Victor Brown's Life Story
I was born in Newington Green Middlesex on April 14th 1930.
My mother was Clara Emily Brown (nee Jones) and my father was Thomas Herbert Brown. Read more ... [s_023]
Pearl Brown's memories of Higher and Lower Bevendean
Well to start with, I was born at 176 Bevendean Crescent in 1936; my parents were Ron and Doris Chapman. Read more ... [s_022]
John Funnell remembers Bevendean
I was born on 13 January 1946 in Brighton, possibly in the Brighton General Hospital. I think we moved to Bevendean about 1951-52 to 18 Walmer Crescent. Read more ... [s_021]
Frank Edwards of Lower Bevendean remembers Brown Loaf Farm
I was born in 1938 in the back room of 107 The Avenue, Lower Bevendean, just in time to witness the 2nd world war.
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Photographs of Brown Loaf Farm
Norman Allcorn's Memories of Bevendean Farm
I was born on 7/6/32 and spent the first ten and a half years of my life at Lower Bevendean. My grandfather, Frank Allcorn, was the farmer and my father Jack worked for him as the cowman. Read more ... [s_005]
Norman Allcorn remembers Moulsecombe
Norman comments, "I see Bevendean is in the news again with the opening of 'The Bevy'. This was my father’s local in the 1930's and 40's.
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Colin and Margaret West’s Memories of Upper Bevendean Farm.
Cambridge Farm was a farm house, barn and cattle yard with about 4 fields. It was always part of Upper Bevendean Farm as far as I was concerned, it was never run as a separate farm. Read more ... [s_009]
Les Wilson's Memories of Bevendean
Les Wilson lived at 9 Manton Road when he was a child. When we moved up there in 1930 the farm had a field that came right down to the end of Manton road. Read more ... [s_008]
Carol Hamilton's Memories of Dr Roberts.
I do not remember the surgery when it was in Leybourne Road opposite the shops, because I was too young, but my mum remembers going there.
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Ivy Diffin remembers Upper & Lower Bevendean
I was born on 17 November 1930 at 91 Round Hill Crescent (off the Lewes Road) Brighton to James and Winifred Croucher.
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Bess Tuppin’s Memories of Coldean
I was born 31 December 1925 in Cambridge and spend most of my childhood in Essex. Read more ... [s_020]
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