It takes a long time to walk down the High Street “I met my wife Fran at college in London. She studied Geography, and I studied Biochemistry and Neuro-physiology, and we met rowing – we both used to row for our college. We used to go to Henley and row there, so that we could… Continue reading Robin Holmes-Smith
If we can help in any way, we will “I was born in Marston, and grew up in Barton, Headington. I’ve done lots of things. Barrow boy, butcher boy, I was a boy seaman aged 15. After a year, I joined the army. I was a soldier in Berlin and guarded Rudolf Hess! General Sir… Continue reading Bob Thomas
It’s a unique place “We came to Watlington 10 years ago. We were living the other side of Henley and wanted to buy our first home. We visited and it was love at first sight – the character of the houses and the backdrop of the Chilterns. But more than anything, it was the fact… Continue reading Kimberley Bennet
It’s so compact and small “We actually came to live here quite a while ago. I’ve always known it. Before that, we lived in Stanton St John. I was brought up there. I’m a real Oxfordshire girl. It was very nice, I had a lovely childhood. When I married, my husband was in the navy.… Continue reading Ursula Ducat Hamersley
People really care about the community “I was born in the foothills of the Rockies and raised in Edmonton, an oil town in Canada. When I was 13 my parents divorced, and I went to live with my mother at my grandparent’s house in Woodley, near Reading. Eventually I ended up in Shinfield, where I… Continue reading Terry Jackson
I can’t imagine a different way of life “I was born and bred in Harrow but I left to join the Army when I was 15. After that I worked at Kodak for 25 years. I met Val on a walking holiday in Crete. We moved to Henley, and then to Watlington to get… Continue reading Alec Powell
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