Southall, The Manor House 1965

Southall, The Manor House 1965

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Memories of Southall

Oh And

King Street and its area was known as 'over the other side' to everyone on the Broadway side of the railway bridge - a mysterious place that adults would talk of to each other concerning pubs ...Read full memory

A memory of Southall by Neil Emery

Great Times

I was born at 69 Saxon Road, Southall, in December 1947, a very bad winter. My older sisters were half sisters, so they had a different surname [Macnab], Barbara (married name Hearn), ...Read full memory

A memory of Southall by Pamela Mc Cloy

Townsend Road

We lived at 92 townsend road with my five brothers and sisters we all attended Beaconsfield school in the late 60s then we all went to Featherstone secondary school in the early 70s so if anyone remembers the parmar family , arvind, parveen, sushil, please contact at xrani@hotmail.co.uk

A memory of Southall by xrani

My Early Years

My sister, parents and I lived in Florence Road with my Aunts. We had the recreation ground at the bottom of the road and in those days we used to play for hours there with other ...Read full memory

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Now very much a part of north London, Southall boasts this attractive manor house, much used as the headquarters of a municipal department in recent years. The house dates back to at least 1587, though many builders have toyed with the original design in the intervening centuries.

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