Reader Ronald Stratton has shared some photos of his childhood with us, which are bound to stir up memories for some.
"My grandparents Bill and Edith Eirth lived in Wingello just up from the dance hall.
We as a family used to travel from Sydney to visit Nanna and Pop over a number of years until the fires of the late 1960s took their home (there was nothing left standing but the dunny).
I was 12 years old at the time the house came burning down, but the memories of Pop chasing us around the old house, to our aunties preforming the can-can dance in the old local hall are priceless.
I would give anything for all of us to be back there in those times in Wingello, if only for a slice of Nanna's fruit cake, or hot porridge in the mornings.
Rest peacefully Nan and Pop."