Josephine Kent remembers, "Where we lived, Windsor Terrace, was a 'pudden-bag
(i.e. cul-de-sac). We used to have wonderful fun when we was children. You weren't allowed out late,
'cause you had to be in bed early, but there was no fear at all for children playing."
Terry Mason says, "The factory at the back of the picture is where the photo of Horsemarket Gardens was taken from.
The wall half way down was about 8ft high on this side, but it dropped about 15ft into Horsemarket Gardens, we were on 2 different levels.
Stones were thrown over the wall and returned in the same way."