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Top Of Valence Avenue

I lived at the top of Valence Avenue, which was 1.1/4 miles long. I was nearly into Chadwell Heath, but my address was Dagenham (and proud of it!) . I used to go to Lymington Road School and we went to Valence Swimming Baths ...Read more

A memory of Dagenham in 1943

Evacuated To Mountnessing

During the Blitz, my mother, Gladys Lane and her sister Rose were evacuated from Chadwell Heath to Mountnessing where they stayed at a house called St Leonards. This is the house next to the school, for they stayed with ...Read more

A memory of Mountnessing in 1940 by Christine Matthews

My Early Days In Romford

I was born in 1929 in my parent's house at 40 Medora Road, adjacent to the old football ground. Any time I hear the Sousa march - 'Liberty Bell' - I am reminded of Saturday there. It was played at the close of every match to ...Read more

A memory of Romford in 1940 by Geoffrey Styles

The River Brent From Redford Crescent To St Marys Church Hanwell

Used to go and play in the streams and the River Brent, the memories are so vivid. Tis, was, of course during the war. I and a friend, took my three and a half year years younger ...Read more

A memory of Greenford in 1944 by Eileen Margaret Tristram/Nee Wheeler

Childhood In Affetside

Born at Baxterhead Farm in 1938, later lived at Butcherhead Farm. Attended village school, teacher Miss Davies, at playtime end she would blow a cuckoo whistle. Had to go to Sunday school but had to walk to Hawkshaw with my ...Read more

A memory of Affetside in 1940 by Frank Ryle