Wickford, St Catherine's Church c.1955

Memories of Wickford

Deirdre Avenue, Off London Road

This is Deirdre Avenue - one of the roads I endeavoured to deliver newspapers on frosty cold mornings at the age of 12 years, I had to get up at 06.00am,  rush straight out without a cup of tea, pop into Andrew's Newsagent, and get my sack. My other road I delivered to was Louvaine Avenue.

A memory of Wickford by Lnda Golding

Irvon Hill Nr Wickford County Junior School

I remember the man who used to paint lead soldiers, he lived in that tiny little 'bungalow in Irvon Hill! A couple of years ago it got burnt down and now there's a new home been built there? Do you ...Read full memory

A memory of Wickford by Lnda Golding

Brock Hill Wantz Corner

I lived at the junction of Brock Hill and Wantz Corner from birth in 1949 till 1960. In those days we had fields to the side and rear of us and also across the road in Brock Hill. We played in the brick fields, and I ...Read full memory

A memory of Wickford by Kathy Challen

The Evacues

My sister and I were evacuated to Wickford in 1940, I was just over 5 years old and my sister 11 years old. We came from the east end of London. We moved into a bungalow with an elderly lady called Mrs Walker, there was also a ...Read full memory

A memory of Wickford by Leonard Askew
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