Monthly Archives: March 2012

Jay’s Journal Part Six

What Harriet had brought us was the latest edition of the Parish News. “I picked it up from the Church on the way here,” she said. “It hasn’t been circulated yet, so you are the first to know. Page 18.” … Continue reading

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Chapter 1 – West Silvertown By Philip Mansfield

It all began sometime during the twenty four hours that comprised the 7th March 1931. A son was born to Mrs Rosanna Mansfield wife of Mr Bertie Robert Mansfield. I was that little baby and I was born at home … Continue reading

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Introduction

For many years I had considered writing a book and over time had made many notes about my own experiences. There was nothing particularly auspicious to write about, but it was my life and I thought probably my Grandchildren Georgina … Continue reading

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NO HIDING PLACE by Marion Twyman

‘Angie, it is you, isn’t it ?’ With those few words, the bottom dropped instantly out of my secure and untroubled world. I turned in response to the voice and the restraining hand on my arm, prepared to deny all … Continue reading

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SAFELY GATHERED IN by MARION TWYMAN.

This was probably going to be our last holiday together as a family, before we went our own ways in life. My twin brother Will and I were 18, and would both be starting at Universities in a few weeks, … Continue reading

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COLD CALLER by Marion Twyman.

He was a handsome, smartly dressed young man, with a friendly smile. The giveaway was the clipboard. “Good morning madam” he started. “I’m sorry” I interjected “I don’t have dealings with doorstep callers.”

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About the Author

I was born in 1943, and married Brian in 1964. We are both retired and have two daughters and two young grandsons. From a very early age I have been a very avid reader, and still am, to this day. … Continue reading

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