Coronavirus: Thank you for your continued support in these difficult times. Since our office and factory are in a rural area, our staff travel to work individually by car and we have enough space to maintain social distancing, so in consultation with our staff, we have decided to remain open for business unless government policy changes.
We are still able to despatch most of our products, however, the ones listed below (that are made by other manufacturers) will not be available for a while.

Tableware (Coasters & Placemats) and Wallpaper.

Our despatch times are normal, but Royal Mail & Parcelforce delivery times are varying depending on location - some parcels arrive next day and others are taking up to 10 days, which we have no control over.

We will update this message as anything changes.

Places

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Memories

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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

Chadwell Heath 1940/1959

I was born in Birchdale gardens behind the Cinema and bus terminal. Moved to Chadwell Heath Lane 1941 when bombed out and then to 49 Hall Road on corner with Chadwell Heath Lane. Attended Chadwell Primary School 1945/1951. ...Read more

A memory of Chadwell Heath by Michael Merry

Stratford, E15 1936 1940

I was born in Queen Mary's Hospital in 1936. My parents lived in Glenavon Road. My sister was 3 years older than me and attended primary school in Water Lane in 1938/9/40. I can remember going shopping in Boardman's with my ...Read more

A memory of West Ham

My Memorys

I lived in the old mill house in Edward road chadwell heath went to pic on sat morning then ballroom dancing up staire with dot taylor and tommy alcote.

A memory of Chadwell Heath by margaretdudley343

Reynolds Bros Grocers

My mother worked for Reynolds Bros. Grocers in Chadwell Heath just before going to live in New Zealand. This was in 1950. Her name was Connie Fynn, nee Cocklin, of Becontree Av.

A memory of Chadwell Heath by Bernie Fynn

Down The Lane

Lived off Chadwell Heath Lane/Hall Road. Grandad ran the green grocers on the corner of Reynolds Ave and Chadwell Heath Lane. It was family run; me, father, mum and oldest brother....great memories as a child. The paper shop next ...Read more

A memory of Chadwell Heath in 1967

Memories Of Marks Gate

I lived on Marks Gate from 1954-1972 when I got married. We lived in a two bedroomed flat in Arneways Avenue. I went to the Oaks school in Collier Row, John Preston school on Marks Gate and The Warren school, Chadwell Heath. I ...Read more

A memory of Marks Gate by peterphelps06

Old Shops In Chadwell Heath

I have lived in Chadwell Heath for many years now, and I seem to recall a Greengrocers in the High Road which was owned by Barry Kitchener the Millwall footballer, am I correct or did I imagine it. It has changed so much now but not always for the better unfortunately. Mary H

A memory of Chadwell Heath

A W Sibley Butchers

This butchers shop seen to the left was owned by my family and was next to Woolworths. We had other shops in Chadwell Heath, Ilford etc. as well as Frank's Farm in Upminster. Behind the shop was a slaughter house and a large ...Read more

A memory of Hornchurch in 1965 by Nick Sibley

The Grange Cinema

As I recall, there were four cinemas in Dagenham; The Grange (flea pit) Chequers junction, The Gaumont Heathway, The Odeon Becontree Heath & The Princess, New Road which always seem to show `X` rated horror films and later ...Read more

A memory of Dagenham in 1959 by Sydney Fox