Started at C S M 1959 thru to 1962 (December) before moving to NZ Great times there, Mr Godfrey was the HEAD teacher in the Anex, Mr Smith the ...Read full memory
I still remember the thrill of walking down the drive from Cheshunt Sec' School on the last day, with the image of it burning on the back of my neck. ...Read full memory
My hubby and I remember the shop that was on the corner near the old pond where you could get 1 penny packets of broken crisps and weren't they delicious? They used to sell out very ...Read full memory
I was born in Enfield in 1946, we lived in the half way houses on the A10 at Cheshunt, it was on Maxwells Farm. The council rehoused on the New Bury Green estate. I ...Read full memory
When I attended a weekend course called "The Entertainers" at the old Theobalds centre in Cheshunt, I had no idea what was in store. I was supposed to ...Read full memory
On a visit back to the area after a long time away living in Australia. I was dismayed that what was the old triangle with the Old Pond pub in the middle and then changed to a ...Read full memory
Re: St Mary's wednesday morning church service at Dewhurst Secondary as it was known in those days, I remember Stan Mathews falling asleep on his knees as in prayer. My mother now ...Read full memory
Hi, I was in Cuffley Children's home from 1965-1972. I am trying to find anyone who went to the home and may remember me or knows anyone who went there ...Read full memory
Hello ! Does any one in cheshunt remember the comrade club in Bridge Street Waltham cross. The secretary of the club was Bill Jamieson I know the club is still there ...Read full memory
Family research. Robert Akers owned the Green Man Pub in Wormley West End in the 1700s. I would appreciate any information on the pub concerning exact location, pictures or just general information. Many thanks
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