I lived in Sandgate Road Edmonton and well remember "Uffy's" the oil shop, also Gallows the greengrocers I was born in 1951 and went to Brettenham Road Infants ...Read full memory
I have read an article by Sylvia Lock. I made me smile and bought back so many happy memories from my childhood in Edmonton. I to remember Pymms park and yes the dentist at the clinic in ...Read full memory
I grew up in Park Avenue, Edmonton near Pymms Park. My gran and grandad Bert and Dolly Uff owned the "oil shop" at 247 Fore Street and my sister Ginny and I used to help out in ...Read full memory
I spent my first years in Mt Pleasant Rd and went to Bruce Grove School during the war and recall many lessons taken in the playground air-raid shelter. I used to run all ...Read full memory
Can anyone remember the shops in Nightingale Road, near St Marys Road? I grew up in 238 Nightingale Road, with my sister, who was 4 years younger then me. Myhappiest times ...Read full memory
I lived in Colsterworth Road,Tottenham between 1948-58 and went to Earlsmead School. So many memories; Palace, Bruce Grove and Florida cinemas where we saw Snow White, sat ...Read full memory
Born in the North Mid like most people my age (1931), I lived my first 25 years at Tottenham Hale, at the end of Brograve Rd., facing the Station Green. The green had ...Read full memory
I was born in 1949 in a prefab in St Malo Ave just off Town Rd. Things were tough for Mum and Dad as he was invalid and unable to work. I really never noticed for a few ...Read full memory
Hello, I am researching for a book about two Spurs players who played in the thirties. They are Albert Hall and Willie Hall. Has anyone seen them play or ...Read full memory
I am trying to trace my family history and I believe that my Great Uncle (Harry Parker) lived in Mount Pleasant Rd in Tottenham from the 30's through till his death in 1993. I have ...Read full memory
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