Memories of Hampstead
I lived in Hampstead from 1937-1941. Just before the war started my cousins and I used to play for many hours on Hampstead Heath One of our favourite spots was the Viaduct and Pond. We were very wary of entering the arch on the far left. Halfway through the archway, on the left was an iron gate which was kept locked. We had ...Read full memory
I was born in Lymington Rd, West Hampstead. My dad was employed by the council. I later worked for Fotoco, Finchley Rd and R.Fox, Hampstead, went on to be a chauffeur, a bus driver, and an ambulance driver. I also worked at Bennetts in Oxford St, John Cooper, I used to go out for pint or 2 on Finchley Rd and the West End, ...Read full memory
I also remember Miss Betts and Miss Lloyd and her dog. Pat Weedon must have been there at the same time as me. I was then Linda Roberts number 61!
I use to attend Sunday School at the Parish Church you can see at the top of the hill and then go and visit my Grandmother who lived in Golden Yard directly opposite the church many times during the early Fifties.