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Featured Memory: Entertainment In The 1950''''''''S

Uxbridge was blessed with 3 cinemas; The Odeon, the Regal and the Savoy (the oldest of the three it stood on the corner of Vine St and the High St). The Odeon, I think, had the biggest productions as it had a wider screen. It also ran Saturday morning pictures for kids, admission three (old) pence. The programme often opened with a sing-along; the words projected on the screen with the white ball bouncing along ...Read full memory

A memory of Uxbridge, Greater London shared by Philip Cousins

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I have just received my picture of dale street, and wanted to tell you how pleased i am with it. i lived in liverpool until i met my husband and came down south, 38 years ago and the picture brings back happy memories of working along there. it arrived in perfect condition too which was good, as the postman has a habit of folding everything in quarters and jamming it through the letterbox. owing to your excellent wrapping he had to knock at the door. thank you once again i'm thrilled with it.
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