Has anyone any memory of the above - did you work in a corset shop (or own) or the corset department of a store? What was your relationship with your customers and what was their ...Read full memory
I often used to go dancing at Eltham Swimming Baths in the winter with my boyfriend, Frank Fellows, who I later married in 1954. I remember the bandleader Ted ...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 can remember after the war I was 3 and my sister was 1, we lived with our mum and dad in a nissan hut with a corrugated roof in Eltham Park. My dad made it beautiful ...Read full memory
I lived in Kingsground and attended Kings Park School. My friends were Harry Clarke, Charlie Walters, Bobby Hunt, Audrey Foster, Brian Willouby and Betty Finch. My teachers were ...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 ...Read full memory
I remember visiting my Aunty Pat and all my cousins, they lived at the top of Wellhall Road just down from the old pictures opposite them. She had lots of girls, ...Read full memory
I was brought up in Eltham and lived at no 30 High St where my Mother & Father had a bicycle & sports shop.Everyday I would go across the road to the ...Read full memory
I spent my first Christmas away from home with the Murdoch family as I was invited by their daughter, Monica. I was in the ATS and a colleague of Monica in Ibex House, in the Minories. ...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 ...Read full memory
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