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Memories of Wembley

My name is Jim O'Hanlon. I am 66 years old. I have just discovered this site and have seen a couple of places written about which provoke many nice memories from my childhood and early teens. I remember Wembley well. It was a bustling town then (1960s). Two cinemas, the Odeon near Copeland (...Read full memory)

Having only this week come across your website, with so many writing about their memories of Wembley, I felt inspired to add my memories too. I was born in Pettsgrove Avenue in 1941 and lived there until 1965 when I married a lovely man from the Western Isles. My name then was Sheila Razzall. I attended (...Read full memory)

I wrote this piece for a writing group exercise in April/May 2019, near my home in NE Scotland. LIttle did I know then that some of the memories would form part of my Mum's Eulogy just three months later. The day after her funeral, I took my husband, eldest son and his wife for a walk from Sudbury (...Read full memory)

I remember when we lived in Perivale, we used to walk to Wembley High Street where my dad worked in J Davy, the car place. My nan and grandad owned the bakers across the road to the indoor market. I remember going to the clothes shop Snobs which was round, there was a toy shop called Zodiac, and the (...Read full memory)

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