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Memories of Redhill

I went to Bishop SImpsons in Redhill 62-67, but left to work full time in Rhythms in Reigate in the record department with Eric Jones and a lady who's name slips my mind.(I think it was Pat?) I loved music and went on to manage my own shops for several years, but always looked back to my days in Reigate. Methodist youth (...Read full memory)

I too was born at Thornton House in 1942 and Dr Watson also brought me into the world.! I went to St Mathews school and joined the church choir about 1950. spent all childhood in South St/ North Street ( next The Bell). Remember the Baths (and underwater kiss with Angela (?) who lived in Pub in London road !!, Also recall (...Read full memory)

My memories of the Market Hall were around the smashing bands that used to play. The one that stands out is Joe Brown and his Bruvvers. We would dance the night away, jive being the most popular (if you could find the room). The place used to be packed but we didn't care, because it was the 'in' (...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)

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