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#54
Leonard Borrow

I live here 13 Years, 7 Months ago  
Dear All,
I lived in Little Hadham, Bridge House, from
Sept 1966 to oct 1969 with the Hodgekinson Family.
I took many photographs at the time . Including the flood.

Len Borrow.
Teacher County High School Saffron Walden.
Now Retired:
Marabawollakamebinka station and Melbourne Australia.
 
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Hello Leonard, Why not have a go a scanning a couple, then you could upload them to the Gallery for everyone to enjoy
 
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Neil Stockton

Re:I live here 13 Years, 3 Months ago  
Hi Len,
I lived just up the road when you were at Little Hadham and I remember the Hodgkinson`s. I also took a lot of photo`s of the village in the 70`s and 80` and i have been collecting old photo`s of the village ever since despite moving to Suffolk 20 years ago. I would be very interested to have some copies for my collection if that could be possible. My email address is This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it if you - or anyone else who has any old photo`s - could send me any.
Regards
Neil Stockton
 
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Re:I live here 11 Years, 5 Months ago Karma: 0
My Husband was born in Little Hadham at the Ridgeway in 1950 and lived there apart from five years in the RAF and until we married in 1974, I lived at Hadham Hall School from 1970 - 1974 as my father was the assisant caretaker and my mother did the laundery for the broaders.
We try to get back at least once a years to visit old stomping grounds and to visit family grave at the church, we where shock to see how much things have changed, the school no longer there but just a housing estate, a lot of all the old residents have moved on or past away so don't really know anyone there now.
 
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