Doreen Jewess, Pat Bezant, Pat Sharman, Rita Bolton and myself would often walk from Midsummer Avenue past the little park at the top, past the horse trough at the Wellington where ...Read full memory
Does anyone remember The Lawns a row of old houses ,now gone .on the Bath Road Hounslow. near the bell and the car park, High street end. The bus stops there now ,in the car park.
If it was a confectionary shop as if it's the same shop; we used to get off the bus from school & buy sweets from the shop.
I was born in the house right opposite this shop, there was a butchers next door to our house. I remember the shop when it was owned by Mr Stevens in 1946. My father helped make ice cream ...Read full memory
Hello people of Hounslow. I was born in Hounslow in 1973, I went to Hounslow Heath nursery infants and junior school. Wonder if anyone remembers the lovely lollipop lady Mrs ...Read full memory
Although I was born in Isleworth I went to school in Hounslow, firstly to Hounslow Town School in Pears Road in 1960 and then onto Bulstrode Girls school in 1964. We were the ...Read full memory
Was stationed at Hounslow large camp (on the right side of Beavers Lane), 238 signal sqd 1962- 63. I was REME att. At the time there was 2 large blocks of ...Read full memory
I have fond memories of Hounslow, I was born and lived on the Bath Road, near the Windsor castle pub, many a time I used to stand outside the pub waiting for my parents, with a bottle of ...Read full memory
I was born in 1944 and I was then, Pat Wilson. I lived in Heath Road and attended Chatsworth School, when Mr Killick was the headmaster. Miss Milner was head of the infants school. I ...Read full memory
A further up date of memories of Hounslow/Happy days Gone By. The infant school was based on Martindale Road and was called Hounslow Heath Infant and ...Read full memory
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