My mum is from Eltham, Ann Diamond, born 1935. Her dad, Frank Diamond was one of 11 and his mum, my great nan, lived till she was nearly 100, in the same house I believe. I was the ...Read full memory
There used to be a tram running down this roadd. One of my family owned a shop and flat above on the right.
Just wanted to say that I love your website. I moved to Canada last year from Windsor, Berkshire but my grandfather Fred Tutt lived in Eltham for many years (owned a fishmongers). ...Read full memory
Mr and Mrs Noble must have been your father and mother. My mother, Mrs Clare, had known Mrs Noble from childhood and then lived in Kingsground, just down the hill. She weekly went in ...Read full memory
15 mins walk from my home. Used to play tennis on the courts below this building. Public toilets nearby, as was a circular seating gazebo like benches where my friends and I would gather ...Read full memory
Just being dropped off at Hamoe School down on Westhorne Avenue, having Mr.Greytricks as our headmaster. Playing on the climbing frame in the play ground, then shifting myself to Eltham ...Read full memory
This photo was taken at the time I was at Shooter's Hill GS and my stepfather was stationed here as it was the HQ for the RAEC (Royal Army Education Corps). As officer's family we ...Read full memory
I was delighted to realise that I attended the same school, Middle Park Primary, as Boy George, though considerably earlier - 1940-41 approx. This brings ...Read full memory
I grew up in Eltham but one of my fondest memories was being a member of the backstage team at Eltham Little Theatre. We had a lot of fun backstage especially during the Pantomime ...Read full memory
My dad worked at the Express Dairy bottling depot opposite side of the road to the church. I often went to watch and be treated to a drink in their canteen, as a child I found it fascinating ...Read full memory
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