Memories of Streatham

My family moved from Clapham to Streatham in the early fifties. My mother opened a Greengrocers shop in Sunnyhill Road and sent me to the local primary school which I did not like, so I then attended St. Helens School for Girls, walking there along Valley Road every morning. Miss Tarry and Miss Howling (...Read full memory)

Born in Dulwich in 1947, I spent all my remembered youth living at 52, Wyatt Park Road, next door to a Jewish family. One door down lived Graham? Field. As a youngster, I regularly went to see Batman and Flash Gordon in the ABC/Regal? cinema most Saturday mornings. I went to Hitherfield (...Read full memory)

I was born in Dulwich then moved to Stratham went to Dunraven around 67,68,69. I lived on Haybridge ave.. I remember Trevor H. Kenneth , Anthony D. I also went to Immanuel school. I think thers a Sainsbury there now. The church steeple is still there, at least I see it on google maps. If any of this is familiar please (...Read full memory)

Oh, what memories came back when reading other people's; I was one of five children that went to Emmanual School. I have 3 brothers and one sister, we attended there between 1953 - 1964; there was Megan, Dennis, Noma, Trevor, Edmund,our surname is Gill (I married a McGill). When I look back I am sure we were looked at as the (...Read full memory)

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