I just wanted to give an up date on my memories of Hounslow/ Days Gone By. In reference to some names I mentioned earlier in my last post I have now come up with the addresses; ...Read full memory
I remember growing up in Hownslow. The winters use to be very cold, ice on the inside of the windows. We lived in a flat in Beavers Lane and I remember playing outside in the snow, it was ...Read full memory
I believe the Watney’s pub on the left of the picture was The Red Lion. In 1962 I was a lad of sixteen and worked at Blundells Shoe Shop. From the photograph this would have been ...Read full memory
I used to go to the Saturday morning 'flicks' at the Odeon (got thrown out a couple of times too but mum didn't know). Sometimes went to the Ambassador dance school above. Spent ...Read full memory
I have just been reading through some of the newer memories after not being on this site for quite a while, but a comment about Hounslow Heath reminded me of the times we went to the ...Read full memory
Who remembers Inwood Park paddling pool and boating lake? The lake was more of a circular water course around a central island but you could use the little paddle boats - operated by ...Read full memory
I was born in West Mid Hosp and we lived in Worton Way which was technically Isleworth but very close to Hounslow High Street. Our surname was Pritchett. I went to Spring Grove ...Read full memory
We used to have French students stay with us and at the end of their visit there would be a banquet at the old Town Council Centre in Treaty Road. I have happy memories of the ...Read full memory
Although I was born in Isleworth I went to school in Hounslow, firstly to Hounslow Town School in Pears Road in 1960 and then onto Bulstrode Girls school in 1964. We were the ...Read full memory
I was born in St Aubyns Ave, my maiden name was Cowan. I went to Cromwell Road Primary School in the 40's. My memories include playing on Hounslow Heath at the end of our road. I ...Read full memory
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