Waterlooville, Hampshire
Photos, Maps, Books and Memories

Historic maps of Waterlooville and the local area, hand-drawn by Ordnance Survey cartographers and Samuel Lewis.

Rowlands Avenue

Hi everyone, just joining you so playing catch up! I lived in Rowlands Ave, I was born there in 1944. Like many of you, I too went to Stakes Hill School/ tin hut. I was in Mr Tuttons class and some of my classmates were John Hancock, George Howie, Joyce Goodship, Roger Money and Roger Wells. The names Elsie Patterson and ...Read full memory

A memory of Waterlooville

I Remember My Home Town Well

I lived in Stakes Hill Rd with my two sisters ad mum and dad. We moved to London Rd in 1961 and my dad was a part time fireman and local post man at Cowplain. The shops have changed so much but during the 60,s we had Cadena Cake Shop, Marshalls photographers, Quarton fruit and veg, International stores, The ...Read full memory

A memory of Waterlooville

Vague Memories Of Waterlooville

I was born at the Bransbury Nursing Home, Jubilee Road, Waterlooville, during the war in December 1943. I lived with my grandmother Eva Hill (nee Redman) and my mother, Joyce Hill (nee Lewis) at 56 Hambledon Road Waterlooville, Hampshire while my father Charles Henry Hill, was in the navy and was away at ...Read full memory

A memory of Waterlooville by vesitrix