Slough, Upton Lea Post Office c.1960
Memories of Slough, Upton Lea Post Office c1960
Hi Kevin, I think a Mr P.R.Poter ran the Upton Lea post office he wasthere in 1950s
can you tell me who run the wexham road post office in the sixtys
We lived just down the street from this corner and it all seemed so small to me after returning from eight years in Canada. I had left England at age 5 and came back at age 13 which was quite a culture shock for me. But Slough and area became my local stomping grounds as my teenage years progressed until I returned to Canada in 1966.
This was our local post office; these shops were a meeting place years ago and everybody new each other then. The shops at Upton Lea then, were very clean outside. On the corner we caught the old buses, jump on & off to Slough.
Memories of Slough
My parents, Doug Harrington and Betty Lake, met in Slough and married in 1948. Does anyone remember them?
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
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
Looked the same when I returned in 1958 to Slough