Marigold Harding was ten when WW2 broke out. Her family lived at the foot of Nine Stone Steps, where her father, builder Tom Harding, ran the ‘Trinity Works’. This is the final article of three based on her memories of a wartime childhood in Ventnor. It mentions the family moving to the country (St Lawrence) to escape the Ventnor bombing, the anti-aircraft battery on the cliffs, using a Morrison shelter in the home, secondary school at Steephill Castle, and D Day.
Read PDF version of Part 3 here: A Ventnor Childhood in WW2 by Marigold Harding Part 3: In the Country