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Remember Pasks the bike shop and the fruit and veg shop opposite near the cedar club on the corner of Mill Lane and the high street which was opposite the White Horse pub. Saturday ...Read full memory
Furze Infant school and being allowed to go in the garden to pick Lavender (still whenever I smell Lavender it takes me back). Running down 'back alley's' behind the roads ...Read full memory
As there are no memories of Chadwell Heath I thought I would add one. I started my first job at Teleflex Products that was situated in Wangy Works. I use to cycle from where ...Read full memory
I was born in Birchdale gardens behind the Cinema and bus terminal. Moved to Chadwell Heath Lane 1941 when bombed out and then to 49 Hall Road on corner with Chadwell ...Read full memory
Lived off Chadwell Heath Lane/Hall Road. Grandad ran the green grocers on the corner of Reynolds Ave and Chadwell Heath Lane. It was family run; me, father, mum and oldest ...Read full memory
ANYONE REMBER BECONTREE SECONDARY MODERN school in stevens rd, or the Winding Way social club dagenham. Also the Barking lido. We lived in Farmway Dagenham from 1939 till 1951.
I remember early 60's going to Gale Street Nursery my name then was Kim Davey. At Christmas we would sing the school song which I still remember to this day. Father Christmas ...Read full memory
What great times were had at the Gaumont Cinema each Saturday Morning for 6d. With the sweet shop next door, 3d bought more than enough to keep me going from 9.00am to 11.30 ish.... Happy days.....from 1957 to 1959....
My mother worked for Reynolds Bros. Grocers in Chadwell Heath just before going to live in New Zealand. This was in 1950. Her name was Connie Fynn, nee Cocklin, of Becontree Av.
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