Croydon, St John's Church 1890

Croydon, St John's Church 1890

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Memories of Croydon

1942 At 14 Years Old My Life Changes

After our family home in Trafalgar Avenue, Peckham was damaged by the 'blitz' for the 3rd time, my mother decided enough is enough. She got in touch with her sister who lived in the country (South Norwood) ...Read full memory

A memory of Croydon by Royhenry Knight

The Six Bells Croydon

My dad Les Seary was a member of the Buffs that met at The Six Bells Pub and my mum Gwen would stay in the bar with the other wives why they had their meeting. I also remember going with my parents to your aunt and ...Read full memory

A memory of Croydon by Lynne Baker

Mishaps In South Croydon

The pub in the middle distance on the right is The Red Deer. On the triangle, which is formed by the junction of Brighton Road & Sanderstead Road, where incidentally I later lived & two of my children were born, stood ...Read full memory

A memory of Croydon by Tony Arkell

Kennards Waddon

Hi On finding your memories pages I simply had to add my own contribution as my memories of Croydon and area are so dear to me. My grandparents lived in Waddon, just off the Purley Way, and I visited regularly on holiday, ...Read full memory

A memory of Croydon by Liz Griffin

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