Memories of Byfleet

The Blue Anchor

The Blue Anchor, scene of the murder of Mr Jones, the landlord, was poisoned by Pierre Vaquier who was having an affair with Mr Jones' wife. Vaquier purchased the poison in London ...Read full memory

A memory of Byfleet by Peter Hancocks

Remembering Byfleet

I was born in Byfleet in 1950. We lived in Binfield Road. Later I moved to the hotel that was built where the village green is now. My mother Beatrice Stenning was the ...Read full memory

A memory of Byfleet by Paulene Morgan

Names Of The Shops

As I remember, the main building in this picture was the Lloyds Bank.  The manager lived above the premises but his name escapes me.  The other shops were Walkers the ...Read full memory

A memory of Byfleet by Martin Green

Byfleet Primary School

My most fondest memories maybe seem weird, but was great to be with new friends that I made that day, and some that lasted through Secondary School. Byfleet Primary School ...Read full memory

A memory of Byfleet by Martyn Heath

Good Memories Of Byfleet

I lived in Petersham Avenue, Byfleet, name June Bartram. We used to look over at the race track. I went to St Mary's School. There were two Miss Evans teachers. I was ...Read full memory

A memory of Byfleet by June Keddie

Old Byfleet

I was born in 1944. My father was the village doctor as his father had been before. We lived in Granville House, which formed one junction of the road with Clock House and the Blue ...Read full memory

A memory of Byfleet

Growing Up Byfleet

We moved to Byfleet as my father Russell Ford worked at Vickers Armstronges. We lived in Hart Road, that's myself being Diana, brother Nigel and sisters Susan and Rosemarie. I ...Read full memory

A memory of Byfleet by Diana Campbell

Byfleet Village Hall

Byfleet Village Hall, used as a Civic Restaurant during WWII, a good meal could be purchased for a shilling in those days of rationing and food shortage. A shilling would be about five new pence in todays currency

A memory of Byfleet by Peter Hancocks

Candy Corner

I recall spending hours in the local rec playing football with my mates and then us all calling into Candy Corner to buy fizzy drinks or ice creams on the way home - great days

A memory of Byfleet by Mike Guess

David Green Snr.

Not only do I remember Martin Green, his brothers and his parents but I was one of the Assistant Scoutmasters under Mr. Green having been a Senior Scout with the Byfleet Group after leaving school.

A memory of Byfleet by Alan Fairlie

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