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  • David on Town Centre memoriesI live in the United States but grew up in WGC. Sad to see Halfords has gone. Got my first...
  • Sue burke on Hall Grove ShopsI used to love going to the chemist, always very friendly, those beautiful bottles on display I always got my...
  • Julian Dyer on Welwyn Athletic ClubPeter MacKenzie Dyer is my dad. He's 93, still very much alive and lives in Shropshire. He's swapped his running...
  • Beryl Scott (nee Grice) on Cottage HospitalI was in the cottage hospital twice, once when I was about 11 I had to have my bunions done...
  • Luke Knights on Adding a commentHello Sonia, Thank you for your comment and interesting story of these Shredded Wheat dishes in you possession. We'd love...
  • Jamie Manson on Digswell HouseI remember my friend lived in a flat come apartment at Digswell House, his mother was a potter this was...
  • Angie Davies on EylureDoes anyone remember an Eylure eyeshadow compact in yellow with a sliding lid? I am sure I had one in...
  • Sonia G Kelly on Adding a commentHello. I hope you can help. I am possession of some dishes given to me in the 30's or 40's,...
  • Edward Brush on Fine FareExcellent page full of wonderful memories from the seventies. I worked at Head Office in Computing and worked with Robin...
  • John Thorby on A 1940’s Eastside MemoryWe moved to WGC in 1947 lived in Bythe Mount near 20th mile bridge. My father worked on the railway...
  • Jason Spencer on Shredded WheatMy memories of the factory were formed from trains taking me to school in Letchworth in the late 1940s.If my...
  • Patricia Robinson on Carl Dane: Former Circus Strong Man Has a GrievanceMy father was a circus clown and also had a fairground stall. My parents told me Carl and I were...
  • Jerry on Town Centre memoriesRobin Edwards recollections are very good, I bought my first large bicycle a Raleigh Trent Tourist at Munts and then...
  • Steve on Fine FareI worked at the Heanor and Ilkeston Derbys branches straight from school as trainee manager, then assistant manager and then...
  • Jerry on Town Centre memoriesCan anybody remember Snow'is Taxis based at WGC train stn. I think his name was Hooper or Cooper, he had...
  • Luke Knights on Miss Annetta Ruby Broadwood and Mr Alfred (Dick) Burton,Hello Sean, We've updated your email address on your comment.
  • Steve P on Living in Guessens CourtMy grandparents and their son fled Nazi Germany and ended up living in 39a Guessens Court. It had just two...
  • Tina Harris (Shaw) on Canossian Convent School for Girls – later Mater Dei School for GirlsBarbara Grosvenor, I remember you, and Susan Newman. My friends were Linda Hutchins, Valerie Denchfield, Anne Fitzharris, Paula Jackson, Bridget...
  • Robert Gill on Panshanger AerodromeGraham, I wrote the original article. You may be interested to know that I used to live in your grand...
  • GRAHAM JOHNS on Panshanger AerodromeWell Chris if you knew about the Tigers & Austers that were at Panshanger you may well have known my...
  • Rob Marriott on Handside MemoriesMy father was a pharmacist and trained in London , doing part of this at Boots , Highbury Corner in...
  • Cally Buch on Find your neighbourhoodWe moved into a brand-new house in Carve Ley in 1952. The gardens - large by today's standards - were...
  • Patricia Cooper on BLACKTHORN SCHOOLHello...just landed on this page and what fun to see the mural at Blackthorn school. I attended 1953-56 and remember...
  • Philip Cousins on Living in Guessens CourtI stayed at The Guessens Court Hotel with my father in the autumn of 1961. My father had just landed...
  • Garry Fry on Memories of the transition from Welwyn Stores to John LewisAllan Smith. Reading your comment, I was surprised by your economical use of the truth. You may or may not...
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