Day: August 1, 2010

Letters to The Whistler

Dear Editor I was very disappointed that I did not  get any replies to my letter in the Feb/March issue of The Whistler, regarding the loss of contact with my grandchildren due to a family breakdown. Surely there must be people who your readers know to whom it has […]

Pam ‘at home’ on her allotment

Memories of Pam Bean

“There’s rosemary; that’s for remembrance; pray, love, remember: and there is pansies, that’s for thoughts.” I first met Pam in 1961 when I opened a hairdressing salon in Surrey Street. This busy little lady was running the Post Office and cooking fantastic hams for their delicatessen. Years passed; […]