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Memories of Crouch End, Clock Tower and Broadway c1965

I was born in Wyndale nursing home in Bramhall in 1959.Does anyone what happened to the nursing home? Thanks Nikki Fisher

My grandfather Charles samspson started this in 1910 taking. His family hop picking in Kent ,wonderful times his daughter Lavinia my mother married John frances Borgia Dunford in 1918 he was in the Royal Navy First World War was in the black and white minstrels navy band before the First World War,*i was (...Read full memory)

1951 was border at Miss Howell"s (the management). house at 5 Clifton Road. Used to go the the Muswell Hill tennis club and meet a girl, Margaret Seymour to play tennis with. Pretty girl. Would take bus in the week to Archway to The Aldwych on my way to Kings college on the Strand. Happy days-Lovely violets dear. Star , News or Standard was the cry after the war.

I believe everyone who lived in Crouch End (also Muswell Hill) during the period 1941-71 were very lucky as the area offered virtually everything one would ever wish for. In fact, although I now live in Norfolk I retain very happy memories of good ol' Crouch End. My first memory of living there was playing on a carpet (...Read full memory)

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