Letter from my Nan to my Grandad

Contributed by lauren Spragg

Letter from my Nan to my Grandad

My Nan and Grandad met in April 1955 whist Dancing in Trentham Gardens ballroom. My Nan (Dorothy) was 18 and my Grandad (Gordon) was 25 at the time. My Nan then moved to Hammersmith in London to Digby Stewart College. Throughout the two years she spent there her and my Grandad stayed in contact via letters.
My Grandad has kept most if not all of these letters.
I especially love the letters where my Nan has annotated and drawn on the envelopes, adding a very person touch i feel. I have loved looking through my Grandads collection, it was very interesting and i learnt a lot about there history.

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