WW2 Slindon Village at War.

WVS headquarters ,Bransons Cottages.

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Home Guard Slindon.

German Prisoners were housed at the Gumber Farm, in nissen huts. WW2 , Italian prisoners were housed in the village in wooden sheds erected around the village, one of the buildings still survives to this day, photo soon. It housed 2 prisoners, located in Sunny Box Lane.

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4 responses to “WW2 Slindon Village at War.

  1. back row last on the left is my dad Joe Betts

  2. back row last on the left is my dad joe betts i am no 1 son charlie no 2 all
    carpenters

  3. Andrew Baker (WAS)

    front row second from the left is my grandad Edward (Ted) Baker who used to live at no 54 Slindon Common (later merged with next door to become 52). My dad Roy still lives in Sunnybox Lane (also a carpenter).

  4. my dad Alfred burch is in back row in middle my grandad is four from left on bottom row

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