Memories of East Ham

Barking Road Hartley Infants School Granada Etc

My parents owned the Horseshoe Cafe, 146 Barking Road, and we lived in the apartment above. Next door on the corner was a bakery and next door on the other side was a 'removal' company. I also ...Read full memory

A memory of East Ham by Helga Hurban

Coronation

Can anyone remember Coronation Day in Stokes Road? It's so clear in my mind but I have only one photo. We had a long table in the street . My sister was dressed as a Dutch girl and the boy next door called Lenny Moss was a jockey ...Read full memory

A memory of East Ham by Pamela Mather

East Ham Town Hall

Happy hours with my friend Ella Hyde whose father was caretaker in the Town Hall. Hiding in the gallery to watch the ballroom dances. We both swam for East Ham swimming club for many years. The big pool was also for ...Read full memory

A memory of East Ham by Anita Loe

Mitchells Shop Lonsdale Avenue East Ham

My memories of my aunt and uncle's shop in Lonsdale Avenue spans from my earliest memory until 1978 when it was destroyed by fire. My aunt and uncle were Violet and Stanley (Mick) Mitchell. I'm not ...Read full memory

A memory of East Ham by Joanne Andrews

1970's And 1980's East Ham Memories

I left East Ham behind around 1983 for Essex, my mother and father told me we were moving because East Ham was changing, becoming dirty and run down, I was devastated. Recently I have met up with old class ...Read full memory

A memory of East Ham

Does Anyone Remember.....

I haven't been on this site for a while....it's soooo interesting! Does anyone know Pat Williams (sister of Irene and Jimmy) who lived on McCauley Rd? Or Valerie Bricknell, or Rita Hayward who lived on Montpelier ...Read full memory

A memory of East Ham by Helga Hurban

The Telegraph Pub, 12 Plaistow Road

My G G Grandfather ran this pub. I have been looking for a photo of it does anyone have one they could let me have a copy of please. If you do could you e-mail it to familytree56@virginmedia.com Thanks

A memory of East Ham by familytree56

Toast

The best toast in the world was served by the two old ladies in the Town Hall swimming baths; then you'd come out and go in the library next door. Saturday mornings off to the shack at Brampton Manor, Peter Brewer was the youth leader ...Read full memory

A memory of East Ham by Brett Jolly

Roman Road School

I was at Roman Rd School in East Ham in 1967/68 where my father Reg H Hill (born in Tyrone Rd in 1926) was my teacher and also the school's Deputy Head. I am now semi-retired, living in Tokyo Japan where I am pursuing, ...Read full memory

A memory of East Ham by Jeremy Hill

West Ham Football

I have some great paper clippings of my dad who was a mounted policeman escorting a coach into West Ham football ground with all the players on, bringing home the cup in 1964. My dad loved football and always seemed to be on ...Read full memory

A memory of East Ham by Pamela Mather

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