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Catching Tiddlers In The Village Pond - a Memory of Woodford Green.

My name is Jean - maiden name being Hamy and I had a wonderful childhood living in Stanford Close. I have a brother and sister - Janet and Michael. I remember going to the pond - catching small fish and newts - taking them home. I was always playing in Ashton Playing fields pre M11 enjoying the school holidays outside. At that time my friends were Gillian Smith and Margaret Turner. I got married at St Pauls Church and my children were christened there at that time by Reverend Raynes. I still live in Essex and often think of the times growing up in Woodford Bridge.


A memory shared by Jean Kelly on Aug 17th, 2012.
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 Comments & Feedback

Thu Aug 13th 2015, at 2:21 pm
I also grew up in in Woodford Bridge, in Waltham Road, with my brother John, but left and moved to Cornwall in 1969, when I got married to a Cornish girl in Barkingside Church. I've been in Cornwall ever since, but still have many fond memories.

Ted Marston, Par, Cornwall.
Wed Nov 26th 2014, at 4:51 pm
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