I also remember Wrotham Road Centre and used to go dancing there, also the Embassy at Welling, my heart throb attended Townley Road for Girls (Sally Tollhurst), all this ...Read full memory
My family moved into Darenth Road in 1960 - we were the first in our street and watched the rest of the houses being built around us. There was ...Read full memory
What fantastic memories I have of growing up in Welling. I was brought up in Clifton Road which was opposite the Guy Earl of Warwick pub. I went to Primary School at Fosters ...Read full memory
I remember Welling Corner so well. My father owned the fish shop on the right and we lived in the flat over the shop. Welling then was a buzzing place and I used to love watching from my ...Read full memory
Welling was my home town; I was born in Westwood Lane in 1944 and went to Hook Lane and Westwood Schools. I can remember walking to Hook Lane school passing Leons, it was a ...Read full memory
I remember working in the bingo hall which was the Odeon cinema. I started working there when I was19 in 1961. I worked there as receptionist, sorting all the memberships out ...Read full memory
I was brought up in Welling in the 1950s and 60s and Welling Corner played an important part in my life! I can see Woolworths on the right of this postcard. This was where everyone went ...Read full memory
I was born in Dartford in 1953 and lived in Bexleyheath until I was 15. I went to school in Welling at Maryville Convent. I loved shopping in Welling and used to meet my friends there and go to Danson Park. Sue Tebbs
The photo you have has my dad waiting there for my mother while we went shopping and it would have been a Saturday morning.
Trolleybus route. During the war my dad and I were physically blasted across this street by a landmine falling on a house in Yorkland Avenue. We were about to cross the street to a shelter.
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