Memories of Woodford Bridge

Claybury Hospital

This wonderful picture might show visitors leaving after visiting time, or as I prefer to think, it could be gardeners and other staff leaving after their day's work is done: ...Read full memory

Claybury Hospital

I was a paper boy for Mr Watkins, in the High Road, and delivered bundles of newspapers to Claybury Hospital seven days a week. There were so many bundles, I could not ride the ...Read full memory

Happy Days In Woodford Bridge

I've just come across this site. My memory years are really from 1938 up to 1958, when I married and left Crownhill Road, but I have returned several times ...Read full memory

The Good Old Days

I was an only child and I lived in various addresses in Woodford Green and Woodford Bridge. My first address was in a flat above a Doctors surgery in High Rd, Woodford Bridge ...Read full memory

Happy Youthful Days

I was born in 1934 and my first home was 15 Stoneycroft Road. We lived there until 1937 when we moved to 19 Claybury Road. I remember going down the air raid shelter under ...Read full memory

Police Station

I have only just found this site. I was born in 1944 in Hitchin, Hertfordshire, my Mom was sent there as bombs were falling still in the London area and Woodford was still ...Read full memory

The Sweet Shop Near Ray Lodge School

I can remember the sweet shop just outside the school, I would run there (during playtime) for sweets. There was a wooden step for small children to be able ...Read full memory

The Bridge 40+ Years Of Memories

'Mum, did you catch fish in the pond at the Bridge' asked my son when Googling for ponds to fish. 0f course we did, with our home made nets of a piece of ...Read full memory

Waltham Road Residents

I would like to know if anyone remembers the Cutmore family in Waltham Road, my former name was Stow, and I was good friends with Pam Hayden that lived at 129. But I would like to contact the Cutmores if anyone knows where they are. Thank you Valerie Sims (nee Stow)

Bankil's Ironmonger

Bankil's of Woodford Bridge was my uncle's shop. The two men in brown coats were 'Hock' and Dick Chinnery. My uncle was John Banks. My father Brian and brother Peter also ...Read full memory

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