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Memories of Southall

Southall In The 1960's

I lived in Southall as a child in the 1960's and have many happy memories of it. I wend to Clifton Road School and lived in Endsleigh Road.

A memory of Southall by colinandroseg

Happy Days

I lived at 45 lady Margaret road,left to join airforce 1955and have never been back but have any happy boyhood memories of life during and after war,playing in Woodward,and the stickle back fishing on golf course,could go on forever.Bob.

A memory of Southall by leslie968

Southall Of My Youth

I was born in 1933 and grew up in Allendale Avenue.I have wonderful memories of my childhood before during and after the war. I went first to North Road Infant School, then Lady Margaret Road School after Dormers Wells and Southall Tech.From 1950 to 1955 I served an apprenticeship at Hoover Ltd in Perivale. They were very ...Read full memory

A memory of Southall by trubern

Southall 1950's

We lived in Hillingdon but I used to often visit Southall as a child as my father and uncle had shops in South Road. On Saturday my father and I used to arrive early morning then visit a cafe a few doors away with plasticised tables where we enjoyed hot drinks. The shop had deep wooden drawers beneath the counter and there ...Read full memory

A memory of Southall by April Ashton

Lovely Bakery Shop On The Corner Of Florence Road

I moved to southall with my parents and a younger sister in the late 1950's. My parents immigrated from India and I was about 5-6 years old. I went to Featherstone Road school and then onto Western Road higher Secondary School in the 1960's. We lived at 28 Florence Road and across the road was ...Read full memory

A memory of Southall by goldem60

Havelock Road

I was born in 1951 in Lea Road and moved to the Havelock Estate when I was 3, went to Clifton Road school and then on to Western Rd School when I was 11, does anyone remember that time. My maiden name is Cowburn

A memory of Southall by j.farquhar486

Western Road School Southall

I started life in Leamington Rd in1938, then moved to Longford Crt.Have school picture here with twins Margaret and Pamela Musson, Jean Humphries, Gillian Green, Ann French Carol Mandy plus teacher think her name was Miss Kerridge.Also was friendly with Pat Rodgers who married Southall footballer Kenny Merry.Ann (Then Cordery)

A memory of Southall by annowen42

Southall Long Gone

We moved to Southall when my brother Peter was two 1959/60 From a maisonettes in Hayes. I remember my dad had a lot of work to do in the house in Greenford Avenue as when we moved in it had creosote on doors and dark green paint. It was soon changed into a nice home with my dads hard work. My elder sister Linda and I had the ...Read full memory

A memory of Southall by frances.nana6

Life In Southall From 1930 To 1964

My family moved to Kingsley Avenue from Acton when I was four, and when I started at North Road Infants School, my mother hid me behind the blackboard and easel because I cried! But I progressed from there to the Juniors, and my friends were Harry Parker, Harry Stubbs, Pat Bailey and Billy Burke, whose small, ...Read full memory

A memory of Southall by david.r.curtis

Glad To Be Gone!

I don't have many good memories of Southall. My family lived in Norwood Green when I was born in 1947 and we moved to 31 North Avenue when I was five. We had a street party for the Coronation and my father told me that it was my birthday party because I was born on June 3! It was a long time before I worked out the truth of ...Read full memory

A memory of Southall by ginacoles

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