Slough, High Street 1950

Slough, High Street 1950

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Memories of Slough, High Street 1950

Before We Emigrated To Canada

This was how we remembered Slough and it hadn't changed much when we returned in 1958, other than a lot more traffic.

A memory of Slough by Carolyn Babin

Memories of Slough

Harrington And Lake

My parents, Doug Harrington and Betty Lake, met in Slough and married in 1948. Does anyone remember them?

A memory of Slough

Adelphi Ballroom

I was an apprentice at the Rheostatic Co (later Satchwell Controls) from 59 to 64 and I was the apprentice's entertainments organiser from around 60 to 63 and I organised quarterly dances at the Adelphi Ballroom; they were always sold out. Gordon Reece or Rees and the Adelphians were the band. They were good musicians but ...Read full memory

A memory of Slough by Jim Bowens

St Marys Choir 1947 1954

I can't remember how I came to be a choir boy in the first place, but remember joining together with Ted Maving. I remember the Choir master was a Mr Treadwell - who was the church organist. He was also the manager of Luffs (the printers - which was located next to the Public Market close to the High Street). Choir ...Read full memory

A memory of Slough by Anthony Rees

High Street As I Remember It

Looked the same when I returned in 1958 to Slough

A memory of Slough by Carolyn Babin
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History

Slough dates back to the 12th century, when it was a hamlet on the London to Bath road. The settlement later spread to the neighbouring parish of Stoke Poges.

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