Hi I hope someone from my time at Clifton infants and juniors will see this and get in touch. It would be great to hear from someone. We had newly arrived in the UK in 1965 and joined Clifton Infants and then the Juniors before leaving for Secondary School in 1971. I still have vivid memories of my time there and ...Read full memory
I also remember Miss Curtain and Miss Lidstone the stairs and the ice slides, Alan Newall lived in Regina road past the cross road towards the canal i lived at no 57 with my cousin Colin James who was a good friend of Alans. We used to ride on the back of Barnes coal lorry! II left Southall in 1953 to live in Hanwell. Malcolm Sanderson
Miss Ball was headmistress, infants teacher was Miss Lidstone, and first year teacher was Miss Curtain when I was at Clifton Road school in the early 1950s. My best friend was Alan Newall, whatever happened to him? I remember ice slides on the playground, outdoor toilets, twisting stairs, and ...Read full memory
I was born in St George's Avenue and went to North Road Infants and Juniors. Both my parents were from Southall. My aunt still lives by western Market. I remember playing by the gas works and railway and summer carnivals in the park.
I lived in the flats in Dudley Road Southall and went to Featherstone Rd Infants, my name is Jack Stevens and we moved to 76 Greenford Ave and I went to Tudor Rd school and then Dormers Wells school. I married Yvonne Killick from Dane Rd southall and now live in Lincolnshire. My mates were Roy Rogers, Micky Sandford, Jakie ...Read full memory
See southallknowhere site - long lists of memories of Southall and around areas, 1930s to 1970ish.
I was a paper boy for Ives when the Father was in charge and then at the end his son Brian? took over. I did not have many papers to deliver but the round started by the Junction Pub and cottages by the Canal along the towpath up to Bulls Bridge. I then had to go down Wenworth Road and ended up eventually on King Street. ...Read full memory
These are a few of the shops I remember from my childhood: Platts store where you could buy 2oz butter or half a loaf of bread, Greens the open veg shop, the Co op store which my mum worked in when she left school, the Candy Box sweet shop where only two customers at a time could get in there, but oh, so many lovely ...Read full memory
I was born in 1951 and have many very happy memories of visiting my aunty Dolly and uncle Joe in the 1950's and 1960's. They lived in Queens Road but I can't remember the house number. Their house backed onto the railway goods yards and my uncle was an engine driver on the wonderful steam trains. I can ...Read full memory
45 out of 90 students meeting up....see southall knowhere site on google 2010
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