I too have very fond memories of Heatherlea. I remember well the dinner gong and the daily walk to the swings where I seemed to spend hours. Every day seemed to be ...Read full memory
I remember how exciting it was to go with my mother to the first supermarket we had ever been to. Most of our groceries were bought from the Coop at the end of Lunt Avenue ...Read full memory
I was born in 1942 & lived in placehouse lane, attending down land school then passing the dreaded 11plus & spending the next 6 years at purley county grammar school for girls ...Read full memory
Hi my names Mary Mclellan nee Gresam. I went to st pats schooI... yrs 1955-65. I lived in Railway street.. then when the houses were condemned we were ...Read full memory
does any one remember farm at the top of the hill we had farm with cattle. my granddad and nan used to grow their vegatables and also keep bees. my nan used to take the honey to market ...Read full memory
I came to Brecon in 1957, I think I had been here in another life as the place was so familiar, it was like coming home. My Army days in Brecon were great, Peg;s Café by the ...Read full memory
I lived in Rheola St. from 1941 till 1950. Opposite Maggie Ropey. Never knew her real name, but I think her husband worked in the pit.Other shops I remember, ...Read full memory
I remember as a child being woken up at night and walking with my parents from 148 Hill Lane to the air raid shelter on the common, and picking up bits of shaperal (is that how ...Read full memory
My aunt was Mrs. Kenyon, the Headmistress of Langley Moor Infant School and I have fond memories of spending time at the school with her while I was on ...Read full memory
MEMORIES OF ST.CATHERINE’S I was a boarder from Jan.1947 to July 1951. My memories too are happy ones. The principal, Ralph Cooper taught us Geography, Science and ...Read full memory
I lived there just opposite St Clements Church. Ordsall park at the bottom of the road. Went to Ordsall board school then secondary modern school. Remember the ice cream cart pulled by ...Read full memory
I remember calling for my friend Josie who lived in Princes street.We would walk down coton road towards the town and go in a chip shop there.We would sit in the small room at the back ...Read full memory
When at gran clements used to visit from walkern to stevenage 50 years email@example.com
Two of my Grandmothers brothers are listed on this memorial. They were killed within 25 days of one another in July 1916 Frederick William Lill killed in France and Arthur Lill, killed in Belgium
Gosh, I am so old, I remember the time that the trams (696 and 698) were changed for electric trolley buses of the same numbers. Does anyone but me remember ...Read full memory
When I saw John Cowan’s posting, my eyebrows shot upward, since it so happens that 199 Havant Road was also my first home. I was born on 7 January 1935 and we lived at The ...Read full memory
Does anyone remember rosebank caravan park on the london rd going into Clacton ? (little Clacton I believe) the robin hood pub was close by and right next to the ...Read full memory
I have wonderful memories of Sunday afternoon visits to the Mere in the 50s with my parents. They ran a pub in Shrewsbury and Sunday afternoons were family time. We ...Read full memory
As very young boy from Ascot Street I recall going shopping with mam to Walter Willson' s and then over the road to Snowdons for a bag of broken ...Read full memory
I remember this totem pole. There was also an obelisk to, "Butcher" Cumberland. As I recall it was placed in front of a bank of rhodedendrons which was part of Windsor Great Park.
I came to live in the Post Office cottages Bedhampton opposite Coldmans and the Belmont Tavernin 1943, with my grandprents Mr and Mrs Collins, living next door to my Auntie Mrs Dalton. ...Read full memory
Very similar to Marjories memories. The things we looked forward too were the Church and Chapel trips to the seaside,and the week before the school broke up ...Read full memory
I have just stumbled across this web site. My name is John Bryon and I remember Mr Mills the PE teacher. He liked to take the climbing ropes in ...Read full memory
Whilst looking through your site I noticed this photograph was dated c1955. My father ,Mother and I moved to LLanyrafon in 1958 ,followed by my Grandparents in 1959. We were ...Read full memory
My childhood memories of first Caego and then Gwersyllt are very precious to me, it was here my mother's maternal family were bred and lived for many years. Sadly, I had to move ...Read full memory
Hi Belinda Barton Having read about you on page 25 of the book " I remember when" from 2009, I see you lived at six acre cottages. I lived there in 1956 ...Read full memory
Hi our family used to live at 90 Victoria rd, I remember playing with a girl called Karen harter who lived at the end of Victoria rd, this was late 50s early sixtys, my 2 ...Read full memory
I came to live in Tottington full time in 1959 to attend Laurel Street school. We used to live in Beryl Avenues close to St Johns football and cricket field where we played endless ...Read full memory
My parents managed The White Hart pub when I was about 9 years old (I'm now 60) and I went to the village school. I have fond memories of the village and remember getting the train to Banbury with my Mum to go shopping.
He was only a few weeks old when he came to us, my mother had got to know about him and thought he was just the thing I needed to cheer me up. I was fourteen years of age ...Read full memory
The house with the notice board is the old police station.
I used to live in Is y Llyn and I attended Cefneithin School until I was 9 years old. In the school yard under the shelter there used to be a wooden board which we used to ...Read full memory
QUEEN ELIZABETH GRAMMAR AND DARLINGTON IN THE 40’s and 50’s I was born and lived for 18 years in Pensbury Street. Then Hargreave ...Read full memory
I lived near to the top of Collis Street opposite King William Street from 1944 to 1967. My mothers cousins lived opposite on the corner of King William Street, which was a ...Read full memory
I used to go past here every morning on the trolly bus to my school in Wallington. I caught the bus at the stop just before this photograph opposite Wynash gardens but would ...Read full memory
My mother, Florrie Rollings, was born on April 23rd 1891 in one of a small row of cottages, now demolished at the A5 end of Victoria Road. I had many aunts and ...Read full memory
I lived in Hayes and went to Baston School for Girls and trained as a nurse at Bromley Hospital. Later when I was married and had a daughter I visited Hayes and took her to Hayes Common ...Read full memory
I went to Etton in the early '70's. I thought it was a wonderful place with lots of friends. I left the School and I'm trying to find out if there's any teachers and pupils ...Read full memory
I was living in the house to the right in this photo (outbuildings just seen) when it must have been taken. Some good memories, some painful, but memories come flooding back...!
Hi my name is Elizabeth Young, or was then, as I am now married. I, along with my three older sisters, Muriel, Margaret and Anne went into the Edith Brough home on ...Read full memory
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