Redhill, Station Road East 1906

Memories of Redhill

I remember working in Redhill General as a porter under Mr Eddie Chillman. I remember the elderly patients who came in for chest illness, and had to be wheeled through the length of the hospital, and then having to lift them up or down stairs to their respective wards After a while looking through the glass (...Read full memory)

I was born in 1952 at the hospital and my dad, John Chisnall, was an ambulance driver at the time and was well known to the staff; being an ex guardsman of 6ft 5 inches tall he was hard to miss. He was also at the Smallfield site where he drove a lovely Daimler ambulance; his partner was Bob Jay. Unfortunatley he (...Read full memory)

Hello everybody! I am Graham Cross - I used to work in the record shop  'RHYTHM Agencies' of Redhill (1961- 68, I started at 16 yrs old) as a musical instrument repairer and l also served in the radio & TV department whilst helping out in the downstairs Record part, more towards the end of the decade. I (...Read full memory)

As a 16 year old, I was a boarder from Cartagena de Indias, Colombia at Saint Joseph's Convent, 122 Ladbroke Road. With me there were around 25 girls ranging from the ages of 4 to 17 years old and at least from 10 different countries from around the world. As far a Kenya, the Sood sisters, from Hong Kong the Leung (...Read full memory)

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