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
My Aunt (Grandmothers sister) lived here immediately on the LEFT of this photo at "Ardwyn" in the High Road, opposite the entrance to the Village Hall car park in 1950s/1960s. Her ...Read full memory
I can remember living at No. 25 Dawson Road from when I was 6 months old until I married my husband in 1970. In 1955 going to Byfleet County Primary School, the school was new then and ...Read full memory
I remember 'Granny Bowey' who lived in this house and I knew her grand-daughter Ann Wharton. We lived in Coachman's Cottage High Road from 1946 to 1961 and I attended the 2 ...Read full memory
I recall this being a "set" for "Z CARS" in the 1960's. A few episodes were filmed here. Most weekends/some evenings after school, I would go to the library - which was and maybe still is, along the right hand side of this main building, to its own entrance.
I had my first bike from the bike shop in Byfleet. First I rode around on a second hand bike which was just a bit too big for me and I rode it up and down Rutson Road and Unwin Avenue (I ...Read full memory
Invicta Cycles was the bike shop in the village and at the front/right of this photo - where the White/Ford/Zodiac car is. I put a deposit down on a Lilac/Pink Raleigh bike and paid ...Read full memory
I joined the retained Fire Brigade, National Fire Service at this Station in 1946 aged 16. The old building is still standing but in need of some TLC, the old hose drying ...Read full memory
My grandmother, Beatrice Lay, lived in Byfleet during the 1940s and up to her death in 1998, only ever moving as far as West Byfleet; my mother, Cynthia Lay, ...Read full memory
I was born in Victoria Hospital, Woking in 1958. My first home was Tewkesbury Close, then Chertsey Road. My grandparents owned the BP garage in Chertsey Road and Berrys Lane was ...Read full memory
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