A Grand Spell of Sunshine - The Life and Legacy of Francis FrithA Grand Spell of Sunshine - The Life and Legacy of Francis Frith

Highams Park, Greater London

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Frith photos prompt happy memories of our personal history, so enjoy this trip down memory lane with our old photos, historic maps, local history books, and memories of Highams Park. Refresh & enjoy your personal memories, or find some that family & friends will love as gifts.

It's free to browse our vintage and retro photographs of Highams Park, but if some spark good memories they are available to buy in a wide range of products, including framed prints, canvas prints and personalised photo gifts including tea towels, mugs, jigsaws, tableware, cushion covers, customised calendars. Don't miss other visitors' Memories and maybe connect with those who have shared their memories - you may even know the names, or learn more about the locality.

Old Maps of Highams Park

Historic Maps of Highams Park and the local area.

My father, a post office engineer, was transferred from Stoke Newington to the Larkswood exchange in 1936. I was seven years old when we moved to 49, Malvern Avenue. I first attended Thorpe Hall school, then later Selwyn Avenue junior boys school. My very best friend, Eric Galley's father owned a fish shop just around the corner in Hale End Road. The war came, the shop closed, his father was called up and the ...see more

I grew up in Beech Hall Road from birth (!948!) until I married and moved away In 1965. I went to Sidney Burnell Infants, Selwyn Girls and then Sidney Burnell Secondery from 1959 to 1963 when I left at 15 and went to work at the Halex. I loved it there and I remember the department manager was Miss Thom. I would love to hear from anyone who remembers me from "back in the day" My maiden name was Lynch