I remember perks lovley shop in chingford hatch sold broken biscuits there was a lovley proper butchers the lady there gave me a beautiful China doll went there with my nan Betty sharp in the 1960s always walked home eating a raw sausage you could not do that now but we all survived I remember the old Mano pub before the (...Read full memory)
I lived at 116 New Road when I was 9. in 1956 and stayed for 30 years.
I went to Larkswood School and Wellington Avenue Secondary after. I went to Saturday morning pictures at the Odeon. Mr Poole was in charge.My mother served ice creams from Rossis window in the 60,s.If you were a rude kid you got a smaller cornet!
My memories of Albert Crescent are going to Freeman Hardy Willis, the shoe shop on the corner of Hall Lane, with my mother and sister. Also of going to the greengrocer shop on Albert Crescent, I think it was called Cherrys. I remember the lovely rows of fruit in the middle and the veg on the right. (...Read full memory)
I lived in Chingford from 1939, when I was born, to 1960 when I left to get married, and moved to Rayleigh, Essex. I remember the war years, and going down the shelter at Chingford Mt. when the siren went off. I used to go to Normanhurst School in N. Chingford, and we had to (...Read full memory)
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