Happy Days - a Memory of Worcester Park.
I was born december 1948 and lived at 63 washington road from 1950, I think.
i went to cheam common school and then to nonsuch. My parents were jack and bessie mills, jack was a postman and the mills family also lived in caldbeck ave and longfellow road where I remember playing in the rec. neighbours I can remember from washington road include the whites, the harts, the dawkins, longmans who owned the greengrocers, mrs deighton whose son len wrote the ipcress file and who my father never forgave for owing him the £8 for buying his fish tank!
My best friends at junior school were margaret hart and helen quinn whose father owned quinns the optician and the family lived above the shop and her mother made the world's best soda bread.
I now live in cumbria after 12 years in spain.
A memory shared by on Jun 21st, 2014.
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