Luton, Congregational Church 1897

Luton, Congregational Church 1897

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Memories of Luton


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 ...Read full memory

A memory of Luton by William Rooney

Now St Georges Square

At the junction of Williamson St, opposite the Town Hall. Local corporation bus company had a terminus halfway down Williamson St. Also Fyffes bananas had large depot opposite parked buses.

A memory of Luton by John King

The Good Old Days

I was born in Luton in the 1940s and remember well the shops in Manchester Street with WG Durrants butchers on the corner of Manchester Street and Bridge Street. Next door in Bridge Street was a garage and further along ...Read full memory

A memory of Luton by Michael Bream

Grandad's Shop

My Grandad Thomas Poole owned a wallpaper & paint shop in Wellington Street, my Mum who is now 82 can remember the day the war was announced, my Grandad threw open the windows and turned up the radio so everyone in the street could hear it. Does anybody remember the shop or have any photos of it?

A memory of Luton by Dianne Dallison

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