Memories of Putney
In 1955 I was 9 years old and lived at No. 16 Putney Hill, which was on the right in this picture and if memory serves was the house before the white one behind the tree. My grandfather owned the tobacconist and confectioners at No. 1, which is on the left of the picture, on the right of the bank on the corner in ...Read full memory
Born in Felsham Road, off the High Street, in 1927, I of course have many memories of the area in this photograph. One in particular, has stuck with me for the last 75 years or so. It is of terribly wounded and maimed men, only in their 30s and 40s, none of them employable, begging for money. There would be 15 ...Read full memory
I am trying to find aveue that was probably in South or South East London from 1928 onwards called "Woodcocks". It is mentioned in a diary I am researching and almost every day of the week some young people 'Went to Woodcocks'. The Diary writer has ...Read full memory
I remember Zeeta's coffee shop and the Rotary Club just round the corner. The Pontiac was a great club, Chris Farlowe and the Thunderbirds were the resident band there and we used to be there almost every week!