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Welcome to BygoneButlins.com, the home of Butlins memories, with recollections of happy times spent at Butlins holiday camps.
Here at Bygonebutlins.com our aim is to give an insight into how Butlin's has changed over the years and is still changing to this day. The result should be a regularly updated site, as lets face it Butlin's memories can be anything from the 29th September 1899 to yesterday. Contact Bygone Butlins if you feel you have any Butlins memories to contribute to this site and hopefully between us we can produce a web site full of Butlins history and memories, along with Butlins memorabilia. There are hundreds of ex Redcoats out there so if any of you wish to share Butlins nostalgia, we would love to hear from you.
Sir Billy Butlin
After service with the Canadian army during the first World War, he worked his passage across the Atlantic to Liverpool, was paid £5 and walked 160 miles back to Bristol to join the Marshall Hill fair at its Bedminster winter base.