I still have a boxed set of bronze tea spoons bought from HIDES in 1977 with the reciept, it was such a time trap going into the store, just walking around and looking was a treat on a cold day.
I remember Barnehurst and Bexleyheath in the 1960s. I loved a girl called Lin who lived in Rudland Road in Barnehurst. We used to spend lots of Saturday ...Read full memory
I remember the hut that was used as the changing rooms for all the outside sports, damn cold in the winter. Mr Lester was the Head at the time, mostly I remember the teachers Jim ...Read full memory
I lived in Belvedere. My sister and I would walk to Bexleyheath, crossing fields to go to the Regal Cinema. This cinema had a fine organ that came up from nowhere and was ...Read full memory
I remember Danson Park from the 1950's. It is situated in between Welling and Bexleyheath in Kent, now an outer London Borough and is still worth a visit. There is a big house in the ...Read full memory
The Silver Lounge makes me remember summer holidays when my mum was working in Collins Cleaners near the traffic lights at Gravel Hill, and I was looked after by my elder brothers and ...Read full memory
I used to live in Grace Avenue, Bexleyheath and one of my earliest memories is of first viewing the house when I was 2 years old. We moved in about 6 months later. ...Read full memory
My memories are of travelling in the middle fifties with my parents by East Kent coach from Ramsgate to my Aunt/Uncles lovely thirties semi-detached house ...Read full memory
I was only 6yrs old at the start of the war, and lived with My Mum and Dad in Rydal Drive. I can remember so clearly most of the traumatic events of ...Read full memory
I spent most of my younger life in Bexleyheath, we lived in Oaklands Road. I went to Upton Road Primary School, I remember that the Head Teacher was Miss Hughes. From ...Read full memory
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