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Memories of Ealing

Worked at Clifton House in the 1970's, it was a few doors down from Police Station, probably where that crane is working, it was Legal & Generals "Golden Mile" (they prob owned office buildings) Clifton House was I suppose name of old house that was pulled down to make way for new office block. Remember Victoria Arms , Walpole Library, walking in park dinnertimes and Daniels in W Ealing.

We moved to Ealing when I was 5 and at 11 I went to NHEHS and we bought the school uniform at Abernethies on the corner of Uxbridge Rd. I loved that area. Next to the taxi rank there was a Polish deli...oh the baked sultana cheesecake. In Uxbridge Rd towards Sanders there was Fullers cake shop, walnut cake there! The (...Read full memory)

Our school was next door to Ealing Studios. Our headmaster was Alan Sainsbury Hicks, a peppery little man who came to a sad end by drowning, I heard. When I was in form V or lower VI we had a request for a number of boys to be extras on a film in the studios. It starred Robert Donat and Adrienne Corri (...Read full memory)

I did go to the Les Wilde school but had more lessons at June Carlyle's class in a hall at Ealing Common.

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