Chipstead Station Parade, CR5
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Added: 31 Mar 2018 16:47 GMT
|Post by Karen packham: Kingscroft Road, SM7|
We grew up in number 27 , it was a great road to live in, so much freedom. We all played in the road as there were very few cars. We explored the fields and woods at the top of the road for hours and only went home when our dad whistled us. Our parents were given the council house in 1963 and worked very hard to make it a lovely family home. Mum and dad were Min and Den, the house is named ?Minden?. We have fabulous happy memories of the house, the road, and all the great neighbours and friends that lived in Kingscroft Road, Woodmansterne.
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