Hi there, I couldn't see a name on this entry but the entry above it had the name Ted Stock, is that you? I don't remember that name but remember York Road School and the dreaded Mr S ...Read full memory
Temple Hill was our playground in the 1960s and 1970s. There was the old Puffing Billy where we all met on the estate and we had play schemes on. Does anyone remember this, the ...Read full memory
I too lived in Dartford in the late fifties to mid sixties. I was born in West Hill hospital in 1957. I attended St Albans infant school and York Road junior school. I had a best friend ...Read full memory
I am wondering if anyone remembers a student of St Albans Road Infants School and subsequently York Road Primary School by the name of ...Read full memory
I lived in Dartford up until 1962. I went to Dartford West and was a member of the Young Farmers Club at the YMCA. My school friend was Allan Field and for the moment he is the ...Read full memory
I knew Patrick Mackay well, he was 2 years older than me when we attended York Road School together. I have passed on everything I remember to the researcher.
Hi all. I'm wondering if anyone remembers a student who went to Down Secondary Modern in the mid 60s called Patrick Mackay. He would have attended from approximately ...Read full memory
I lived at 90 East Hill just by the corner of St Albans. In St Albans lived all my little pals; Robert Ball, David Shaw, Peter Richardson, Frankie ...Read full memory
I was born in 1972 and grew up in Dartford, not leaving until i went to uni in 1990. It was never the most picturesque of towns but none-the-less a great place ...Read full memory
I was born in Wimot Road in 1939 at the Maiden Lane end. We lived there until 1948 when we moved to Willow Road where I lived until I got married in 1961. We moved to Temple Hill after a ...Read full memory
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