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Shottisham


It sure is a beaut Eric, but then so is the whole village, I wish that I could have had a better view of the mill, this one taken from the Bawdsey Road

Suff Shottisham Mill 024.JPG



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Shottisham Post Office in The Street

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This has come in overnight:

I do actually recall the Rod and Gun Club. My mom worked there for a while when we were stationed at the twin bases between '83 and '91. Lots of good times. When we first moved to England, we lived in Shottisham up on Villa Hill in a house owned by the Nickels. Some of my best friends were Martin and Neal Chattington as well as Brian and Ian Cooper. Seems like a lifetime ago but technology and the Internet has really made the world seem a smaller place and traveling back in time, if only through nostalgic drives down "memory lane" via a a Google Earth rendering, is just very exciting. Incidentally, when I lived in Shottisham my surname was Hemphill. Not sure if anyone reading this remembers me or knows of the friends I mentioned here but please don't hesitate to contact me either way.

robert_cutchens@yahoo.com




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St Margarets Church

Suff Shottisham Church 074.JPG



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The Listed Buildings of Shottisham

http://www.britishlistedbuildings.co.uk/england/suffolk/shottisham



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