I say our park because that is the way we all thought of it - we spent hours roller skating round the bandstand...later dancing round the same bandstand - the dances that were held there were not just for children - grown ups were there but us kids just joined in - there were soldiers - Airmen - American Service men besides half of Norwich they were great nights...
It was the same park we used to go down the Air-raid shelter after we had the bomb drop in a small backyard and destroyed our Anderson shelter..
Its the park our Mum used to take me my younger brother and my sister who is two years older than me for a picnic when it was our Birthdays even during the war she made sure we had sandwichs and a birthday cake. for our special days.
Its the park where I cut my head open on one of the swings on the playing field - and the ambulance driver gave me "threepenny joe" for being brave..
So I will always think of it as OUR PARK.....Ally