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 was born in Hounslow, Clare Road. We moved when I was two. I was born actually next door to the now well known Francis Forsythe!!!! My Aunts all lived in Matindale Road. I know the ...Read full memory
Hello people of Hounslow. I was born in Hounslow in 1973, I went to Hounslow Heath nursery infants and junior school. Wonder if anyone remembers the lovely lollipop lady Mrs ...Read full memory
I am Rosemary Harris (now Davies) and I was born in Livingstone Road in 1943 and was christened at St Stephen’s Church. I attended Hounslow Town Infants and Juniors ...Read full memory
Does anybody out there remember the infamous gang murder near Inwood Park? I don't know about you, but it brought the Hounslow we all knew to an end. No more Joachims coffee bar, no more ...Read full memory
That's the Odeon, taken from outside Hounslow West station. Great fun on Saturday mornings, when they had a childrens' matinee.
If it was a confectionary shop as if it's the same shop; we used to get off the bus from school & buy sweets from the shop.
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 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
Anytime between 1953 to 1959 for me. Who remembers bus rides from all around to then catch the 111, I think, if you didn't have to walk along from the Bus depot. Children with ...Read full memory
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