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Glebe Meadow Being Built

Photo Courtesy of Dail Whiting

Phase two of Glebe Meadow being built around 1953 showing No 30 the ground floor flat that I moved into when I was seven (1960). In the background is the Hop Garden with hops at their full height suggesting this was taken late summer. The materials for this building were stored at the bottom of the road and when I moved in we called it the sand pit as there was a lot of sand left over and it was a brilliant play area.
I think this photo was taken from Dail's front garden at No 20 Glebe Meadow.

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