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
I just wonder if anyone else who lived in Hounslow ever attended the Health Clinic in the Bath Road (next to the RC Church and mid way between Hounslow High Street and 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 lived in Hounslow and Whitton until I was 18 and went to college. We were here all through the war except for six months when we we were bombed out by a doodlebug which fell about ...Read full memory
I went to Isleworth Grammar School between 1956 and 1961. At lunchtime my friends and I used to cycle to Osterley Park. We used to stop on the way at the bakers in ...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
I was born in the house right opposite this shop, there was a butchers next door to our house. I remember the shop when it was owned by Mr Stevens in 1946. My father helped make ice cream in ...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 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
Every Saturday morning my brother Frank and sister Lorna and I were there for the children's matinee so much fun. We were born during WWII and I remember how close our neighborhood was and ...Read full memory
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