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Dean Lane Park, Mersham. March 1956.
Comment 1

Rita Pierson from Hornchurch posted this comment on Thursday 11 February 2010 17:23:00.

How great to see Dean Lane Park again. Lived there for five years and still talk about it today. We had some good friends there - most of us were young marrieds with children. It was a tough time but we were happy. Love to hear from anyone reading this.


Comment 2

Corrie Robinson from Surbiton posted this comment on Friday 16 December 2016 11:35:00.

I was conceived here summer 1958. My parents lived here for about 2 and a half years and were probably here when this picture was taken, certainly his driving licence from July 1956 gives his address as 7 Berkeley Close, Dean Lane Park !


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Jamie Jamieson from Ventnor posted this comment on Monday 17 August 2020 12:26:31.

I lived at Dean Lane for my first six months (January to July 1954) so any memory I have is probably somewhat false. I have the photographs, and I was told it was a happy time. Certainly we all look pretty happy even though the caravan looks somewhat small. I often wondered where the caravan site was but did not even know the name until I found it on the back of another photograph. In another picture of our caravan there is a largish building about twenty years away that looks like a toilet or shower block.



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