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Memories of Perivale

My grand father and father owned the fish and chip shop

I too was born at the Perivale maternity hospital in 1949, and at the time we lived in a prefab at Gurnell Grove somewhere near Cuckoo Hill I think, if anyone has photos of these prefabs perhaps you could email me one on: The hospital is no longer there and they have built houses on the (...Read full memory)

It is lovely to read all of the memories of those of you who lived in Greenford. I moved there in 1952 when my parents (Herbert and Mary Warman) took over The Bridge Hotel. We were there till 1972. No fly over then to obscure my view from my bedroom! and yes there was a blue police box outside as someone mentioned. I saw (...Read full memory)

I worked at a textile mill called Sewing Silks in Perivale Avenue from 1957 to 1960, the compnay had been a German one until the Second World War when it was taken over by an Austrian manager whose son was an RAF ace I believe. It was one of the happiest time in my short working life before I left for Adelaide South Australia. I (...Read full memory)

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