3BM9 Durley Chine and Promenade, Bournemouth Photo : John Hinde

“Dear Kid. Having a lovely time. At the mo we are in Oxford visiting all the old colleges and particularly the Radcliffe Camera and the Sheldonian Theatre. We went right to the the top of the S.T. and saw a good bit of Oxford from it. Love Claire.”  ? September 1967


3BM3 West Cliff Zig Zag Path, Bournemouth, Dorset Photo : John Hinde

“Sunday evening. Just had a good meal. We don’t walk neither up or down this zig-zag, there is a cliff lift quite near which is of great help. Nellie & Bob.” undated


BM3/8 Alum Chine, Bournemouth Photo : John Hinde

“Having a delayed break here and weather not too bad but Clarise not able to walk much owing to a re-occurence of the old trouble. However, we are visiting places around by car so that is something. Love Stanley & Clarise.” ? September 1967


BM3/6 Bournemouth Pier and Bay showing the cliff lift Photo : John Hinde

“Dear Mam. Arrived here right on time 4.44 A good journey. The hotel is marvellous and grand food, plenty of it. It is rather blowy but lovely and sunny. Sat on the front writing this. Went to church this morning. Saw Barbara & Graham last night and this morning. Hope you’re feeling better. I phoned Dorothy and seeing you one day, hope you enjoy it. Love now Raymond.” 25 ? 1966


BM3/12 Bournemouth Pier from the West Cliff Photo : John Hinde

“Dear Auntie Edie. We do hope you are feeling better, also your arm. We like it here very much, plenty of good food. We are going to Des O’Connor show tomorrow night. Love Pauline & Marrion.” ? September 1967


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