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Memories of Weybridge

I was evacuated from Fulham south London in September 1939 along with my brother and sister. my first school was Lincoln Court School in Green Lane Addlestone. We all thought Addlestone a beautiful place which it was after living in Fulham where there were very few open places to play, Addlestone was heaven. My mother and (...Read full memory)

When I was in the choir at St. Michaels and all Angels in the late 1950's we used to line up on either side of the path in front of the memorial for the wreath laying. I wonder if a choir still attends this ceremony as St. Michael's church has been demolished and the last time I visited Weybridge the junction at the memorial had been altered and the path no longer exists.

I was born at Clevehurst, St Georges Avenue Weybridge and I am looking for a photograph of the original building circa 1930s, Does anyone out there know of one? Eleanor.

'Woolworths' facia remained above their High Street premises throughout the Second World War with a 'Closed for the Duration' notice affixed to the boarded up windows. My mother regularly took me to the Kingston-on-Thames branch though so I, like most of the inhabitants of Weybridge, eagerly anticipated the (...Read full memory)

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