Luton, Congregational Church 1897
Memories of Luton
A Lutonian from birth, attended St Matthews Primary School and then Hitchin Road Sec Modern. A favourite past time of mine was dancing. I attended the Barratt School of Dancing in Gordon Street under the tutorship of Mr Gaddesdon. Old Time dancing, Scottish dancing and the Friday night dancing to the pop music the ...Read full memory
I used to work in Dewhursts butchers on Whipperly Ring, Farley Hill Est. Mr Brookes, the Area Manager, had his office over the butcher shop on Market Hill about 50 yards from the Red Lion Hotel. I have very fond memories of Luton from that period. The old 28 bus service used to go to Round Green from Whipperly Ring , run by United ...Read full memory
Later to become part of the old St Mary's hospital, Dunstable Road. Luton. I was born there in 1948.
Looking for any memories anyone might have of Jack Lane's store in Luton which sold children's wear. It was a family run store. Jack's wife was Bessie and their daughters, Eunice and Sheila, used to work in the store as well. Would love to hear from anyone having any memories of my grandparents. I was ...Read full memory