17 October 2014

17th October 1944: Worcester Park suffered

17 Tues. Chilly, bright morning, strong wind. Heavy rain commencing midday, becoming very mild. Cycled to Cheam to buy meat. Thence to Worcester Park; saw where a flying bomb destroyed some houses in Grandison Rd. also saw where 14 houses were down in Caldbeck Av. Saw Doris & Ernie Pudney’s house with some damage. Letter, birthday card and a tie from Uncle Tom and Aunt Nellie. Warning from 10.15 to 10.23 p.m. no incident.

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