Life living in the back bedroom of John Lennon's childhood home
John Lennon lived in his childhood home, Mendips in Woolton, from 1945 to 1963. It was there that he wrote some of his earliest work before The Beatles rose to stardom. Lennon's widow Yoko Ono bought the house in 2002, donating it to the National Trust. Author Colin Hall, now 74, answered an advertisement to become custodian of Lennon's home.
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