Slough, High Street 1950
Memories of Slough, High Street 1950
This was how we remembered Slough and it hadn't changed much when we returned in 1958, other than a lot more traffic.
Memories of Slough
Up to the age of 10 I spent many happy hours at the Ambassador, if not watching the latest film I would be found in the projection room with my father (chief projectionist) Arthur Dednum or with my mother, Doris Dednum, in the managers office who was at that time manageress. Happy days and a lot of happy memories of the Ambo, ...Read full memory
Still looked the same in 1958 when I returned to Slough.
Spent many a Saturday night in this theatre while dating in the '60's
I lived on Lancaster Ave from 1941-58 and spent many happy Saturday afternoons at The Odeon theatre at "the matinees". I also worked at Perks grocery store from the time I was 13 until I left school. Perks would have been in the left hand corner of this picture. We had no money but we were happy nevertheless...didn't realize that we were poor! My maiden name was Bamborough.