Southall, The Manor House 1965

Memories of Southall

King Street Southall

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 ...Read full memory

A memory of Southall by Cynthia Downes

Ive's Paper Shop

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 ...Read full memory

A memory of Southall by Ken Chapell

Steam Trains And Happy Memories

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 ...Read full memory

A memory of Southall by Judith Bryant
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History

Now very much a part of north London, Southall boasts this attractive manor house, much used as the headquarters of a municipal department in recent years. The house dates back to at least 1587, though many builders have toyed with the original design in the intervening centuries.

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