On their own ? Britain?s child migrants

Message board - share your memories

Are you a former child migrant? Or has your family been affected by child migration from Britain to Commonwealth countries. We would love to hear from you. Please share your memories on our message board.

Please read these notes before you add a message. Anything posted on this message board may be used in publicity related to the exhibition.

MW

Tuesday 05 March 2013 01:03 GMT

Fantastic exhibition but so sad. I won't forget it.

May

Tuesday 05 March 2013 01:01 GMT

I was one of these child migrants 1937. Never to see my mother again. She was never told I had left England. Been here 75 years but will never forget. The governments apology means nothing to me, they are just words, they will never feel the loss I do after these years. I forgive but never forget.

Vanessa

Tuesday 05 March 2013 00:59 GMT

Heartbreaking. How can human beings be so cruel. A mother's love for her child is the greatest emotion on earth.

Kate

Tuesday 05 March 2013 00:58 GMT

Incredible stories. A well-balanced and thoughtful presentation of a highly complex issue. What evil we may do through misguided good intentions. We cannot change history, but hopefully we can learn from it.

Janine

Friday 01 March 2013 18:12 GMT

Dianne Maddens, I live near Peterborough, ON Canada. If you research Hazelbrae monument your ancestors name will be on it and if you contact them, they may be able to tell you more. My great aunt also came to Canada, first stop Hazelbrae, then was sent on to work at different farms. Good luck with your search

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