Memories of Waltham Cross

Childhood In Waltham Cross

I was born in Waltham Cross in 1941, right in the middle of an air raid.  My dad was yelling up at the planes saying "Not tonight Adolf, not tonight!" Waltham ...Read full memory

Memory Lane

My family moved to Waltham Cross in 1955 when I was 4 years old and I have many fond memories of the place . As a child I used to go to a little sweet shop that was between Aspland's ...Read full memory

Memories Of Childhood

Our family moved out of Tottenham to the green fields of Waltham Cross in 1951. In those days that was where the trolley buses turned around to go back into London and where ...Read full memory

The Great Life In Waltham Cross

The Great Life in Waltham Cross Life in Waltham Cross started for me in 1936, I was six years old and my father had just completed 25 years of service with the ...Read full memory

A Trip Down Memory Lane

June 2012, I had a great treat from my daughters. Together with my wife and two girls we went back to Waltham Cross for a nostalgic weekend, staying in Waltham Abbey and ...Read full memory

Sweet Shop

Hi My parents owned a confectioners at 5 High Street Cheshunt in 1959 known as R.A Press. I had been born in 1955 at 16 Sidney Road in Waltham Cross, a house my parents purchased in ...Read full memory

Comrades Club

Hello does anyone know of the comrades club in cross bridge street Waltham cross Bill Jamieson was the secretary of this club,he and his wife Mabs lived opposite the club I ...Read full memory

Church Mission

Hi All. Just wondered if anyone remembers the mission hall between WX &WA. We used to have a games night there on a Tuesday or a Thursday, (cannot remember which), you could only go ...Read full memory

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