Whitecroft Road

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  • Used to love this old cottage it had a second staircase in the back room. It was tiny – very narrow. I sometimes wonder if it’s still there after the renovations. Gus Harper was my great granddad and I inherited it in the early 90s at a young age from Gus Harper’s son Cyril. It only had one cold water tap and an outside toilet at the time and the barn was full of Gus’s tools ??

    By Shaun Morris (12/11/2018)
  • Hi Jayne, I’m sorry I didn’t reply sooner. That would be extremely kind! Thank you very much. 

    By Clare (11/05/2015)
  • Clare, I am the granddaughter of Harold Pepper. I will look out some pictures of Whitecroft Gables. I spent a lot of my childhood there. It was a lovely house – I’m sure it still is. 

    By jayne richardson nee pepper (05/04/2015)
  • Mr Pepper’s first name was Harold. Before he came to Whitecroft Road he lived at the Queen Adelaide pub in Whaddon, which has recently been demolished. Captain Gordon Bartlett lived in Whitecroft Gables during the forties and possibly into the fifties.

    By Terry Dash (29/07/2013)
  • Mr Pepper’s first name was Harold. Before he came to Whitecroft Road he lived at the Queen Adelaide pub in Whaddon, which has recently been demolished. Captain Gordon Bartlett lived in Whitecroft Gables during the forties and possibly into the fifties.

    By Terry Dash (29/07/2013)
  • I wonder if anyone could tell me Mr Pepper’s first name? Thank you.

    By Ian Jackson (Pepper) (26/06/2013)
  • I wonder if anyone could tell me Mr Pepper’s first name?Thank you.

    By Ian Jackson (Pepper) (26/06/2013)
  • We have recently moved into what I now know to be Mr Pepper’s old house and I would be delighted to find out more about its history and to receive any old pictures of it.  We would also really love to know more about the spring at the front, and whether there is a well behind it somewhere? Thank you.

    By Clare (25/06/2013)
  • There are two photographs of my grandfather in this gallery, taken after he put his car in the ditch outside his house.  The house was sold in 1978 for £28,000.  How times change!

    By Jayne Richardson nee Pepper (26/04/2012)
  • My granddad outside his house which was sold in 1978 for £28,000.  How times change!

    By Jayne Richardson nee Pepper (15/04/2012)

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