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I lived in Mount Felix for nearly 20 years, first at No. 1 and then at Flat 4. It was a magical place for children to play and so near to the river, which when I was older, I was able to go for walks and fish in the river plus enjoying many picnics. During the 2nd World War, many residents used the vast cellars for (...Read full memory)

Not really a memory but I wonder if anyone has any info on any of these names, Leggett and Halke. My grandad was Frank Halke and he married Hettie Leggett in 1903 in the Wesleyan chapel in Walton....I think the Leggett family were well known as vets in the area. Any info or memories would be fantastic.....my email is: donnamilee@yahoo.co.uk Thankyou.

As a child we used to go to eat at a restaursant in Walton on Thames High Street, it was where Zio Toto's now is roughly, and in the 1960s it was United Dairies. I'm thinking it was maybe French or something along those lines and I am desperately searching for the name of it - can anyone can help?

I remember the restaurant at the United Dairies in Walton where I used to have lunch.

This is one of the picturehouses that we could choose from on a Saturday. Many a happy Saturday morning was spent here with lots of children, with not a lot of pocket money!

What fun was had by many children on a Saturday morning by going to the picture house. There were two in Walton so we were spoilt for choice. The ladies that looked after us all did a grand job. I was allowed to get the 218 bus from the barley mow bus stop. l felt really grown up - l could only have been 10 or 11.