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  • Marie Cadavieco was Barton on Tewin WaterI think it was before 1953 that it became a school for the deaf. My brother Terry Barton was born...
  • John Leishman on My Memories: Woodhall StoresRenovated into individual shops in the late 80s? As far back as i can remember (born 68) apart from Co-op...
  • Corinne on Find your neighbourhoodMy most favorite Aunt lived at Great Garnet, Bushey Ley, Haynes Close. These are old addresses I found recently 2017....
  • Patricia Knights on Cresta SilksI worked at Cresta Silks when I left school in 1958, I worked as a finisher and then a machinist....
  • John Bishop on Film studiosMy Grandfather was a set carpenter at the studios in WGC and moved to Elstree in 1950. Originally he had...
  • Colin MInton on ICI PlasticsWhat a lot of interesting memories! I joined ICI Plastics as a lab assistant in 1956 straight from school with...
  • Robert Oakhill on Cochrane family memoriesYou mention the Woodhall shop of D C Wenk. I think that this was an electrical shop. John Wenk of...
  • Joanne Conrad on Airman’s escape from Crete2018.March 5 - Googled Dudley Honor and found this page. My family knew he and Mary personally for years. My...
  • Dave schultz on Shredded WheatI remember the welfare shredded wheat box had a picture of the household cavalry on the front does anyone know...
  • Catherine Brittain on Cresta SilksI found in my mother in law’s possessions when clearing out her house an Art Deco Cresta Silk cardboard box....
  • Tony Fewkes on The Cherry TreeMy band English Rogues played many times at The Cherry Tree in the public bar on Thursday nights in the...
  • Sue Bradford on An East side homeI lived as a child in Great Ley and at the end of our back garden was some rough ground....
  • Sue Bradford on Welwyn Garden City Library – Time LineRebekah Bristow You've brought back a vague memory of mine - a library in Cole Green Lane opposite (approx.) Gooseacre...
  • Sue Bradford on Haldens Shopping ParadeMy dad's shop at Haldens was Kershaws Hardware, my maiden name. I like to think Dad kept a good stock...
  • Timothy Saunders-Mullins on Gosling VelodromeMy Brother was a Wheeler in the same time as Chris Church and Brandon McKeweo as far as I can...
  • James Munden on Eylure(Addition to my comment in August 2013). When the company Eylure Ltd was taken over by Nobel, the Eylure brand...
  • Mordechai Vered on SherrardsDear Samantha Maisey I did not receive your reaction to my reply to your a/m comment, I assume because my...
  • Rob Marriott on C B PurdomWe lived at the top end of Handside Lane and a frequent visitor was Mrs Purdom who I think had...
  • France Land on Welwyn Garden City Industrial Growth – pre 1940My Mom worked for Norton Grinding Wheels. She was a formula writer. I still have the photographs of the office...
  • Chris on A 1940’s Eastside MemoryI lived in edgars court in the 60s can't remember the backfield just a green in centre of houses
  • Robert Gill on Shredded WheatHi Neil, Can you provide more information about the owl please. Thanks
  • Sally Kilsbie on Cottage HospitalMy sister Susan was born at the Cottage Hospital in July 1954
  • Neil on Shredded WheatDoes anyone know where the owl went?
  • Sir Peter james. on MuntsAh yes Munts. Even as a wayward lad in the 50's I could always rely on Munts for the sale...
  • Craig McManus on Welwyn Garden City Industrial Growth – pre 1940My grandfather Barton worked at Norton and traveled to underground factories during WW2. One night the air raid sirens alarmed...
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