Jesse Sleight (b.1922) remembers going to Creekmouth School. ‘As far as I can remember I went to school when I was aged 3 and a half. Mum used to come over at lunchtime and bring me a biscuit and a cup of cocoa. We had a teacher named Miss Adams. She was a tall, blonde
Memories of Creekmouth
Over the past ten years the Creekmouth Preservation Society has collected countless memories from former residents of the village. Here you can read a small selection of nostalgic recollections of life in Creekmouth.
My children and grandchildren would love the life then. Lots of fields to play in, jumping ditches to see who could jump the farthest. We were lucky: Fields, trees to climb, no traffic. We were always outside. Other than Scarlet Fever and Diphtheria we never ailed for anything. We used to build tents out of