Beverley Walker

My pages:

Page link: Carshalton Carnival
Carshalton Carnival
Still going strong.
Page link: Newspaper Boy
Newspaper Boy
St. Helier Newsagents
Page link: St. Helier Horticultural Society
St. Helier Horticultural Society
Allotments, vegetables and winning that prize
Page link: Muschamp Laundry
Muschamp Laundry
Many of the local women worked here.
Page link: The Wandle Trail
The Wandle Trail
Looking for Carshalton's lost heritage
Page link: Malcolm Cowen: a boxer's story
Malcolm Cowen: a boxer's story
From Glastonbury School to the 1952 Olympic Games
Page link: The Eel and Pie Shop
The Eel and Pie Shop
The Circle, Green Wrythe Lane
Page link: The Bomb at Rushen Walk
The Bomb at Rushen Walk
The Wartime Memories of Rita Hilliard nee Neal
Page link: Garth Technical Secondary School
Garth Technical Secondary School
The Building Workshop
Page link: Children had their own Clubs and Groups
Children had their own Clubs and Groups
The Scouts were very popular
Page link: Cycle Speedway in the Forties and Fifties
Cycle Speedway in the Forties and Fifties
Recollections from George Miles
Page link: Happy Times on St. Helier
Happy Times on St. Helier
Please add your comments
Page link: Doodlebug over St. Helier
Doodlebug over St. Helier
A personal account
Page link: Army Cadet Band  C Company 3rd Cadet Battallion East Surrey Regiment
Army Cadet Band C Company 3rd Cadet Battallion East Surrey Regiment
Can you name any of the people in this photograph?
Page link: Bishop Andrewes Church during the 2nd World War
Bishop Andrewes Church during the 2nd World War
An article taken from the St. Helier Herald
Page link: School Days
School Days
Please let us know if you recognise yourself or if you wish add a comment
Page link: Glastonbury School
Glastonbury School
An Inspector's Report 1940
Page link: Building the Schools
Building the Schools
Accusations of favouritism
Page link: Shopping was a Different Experience to Today.
Shopping was a Different Experience to Today.
The Circle had a real community atmosphere.
Page link: The Miller Family of Carshalton
The Miller Family of Carshalton
George Miller 'Peppermint King'
Page link: Doodlebug Hits Rushen Walk
Doodlebug Hits Rushen Walk
A tragic story of wartime
Page link: A Foggy Day in November
A Foggy Day in November
Moving to the estate
Page link: Life at the Hospital
Life at the Hospital
The staff of St. Helier
Page link: The County of London (Morden and Carshalton) Housing Order 1925
The County of London (Morden and Carshalton) Housing Order 1925
Order for the purpose of Compulsory Acquisition of Lands
Page link: The way we worked
The way we worked
Can you tell us what your work was like?
Page link: Paintings and Pictures
Paintings and Pictures
An Artist's Impression of St. Helier
Page link: The Big Lunch
The Big Lunch
A modern street party
Page link: Cameras became available to everyone
Cameras became available to everyone
All occasions were photographed
Page link: Memory Bank
Memory Bank
Pictures of some of our interviewees
Page link: Residents enjoyed a variety of activities
Residents enjoyed a variety of activities
Where some enjoyed the pub or going to church others led a more active life taking part in sports
Page link: Everyone Loves a Party
Everyone Loves a Party
Street Parties were very popular
Page link: Family Life was very important on the Estate
Family Life was very important on the Estate
We would like to find out more about day to day living
Page link: Do you have any old photos from the war?
Do you have any old photos from the war?
Wartime spirit and Community
Page link: Oh I do like to be beside the seaside....
Oh I do like to be beside the seaside....
Many residents enjoyed days out to the beach
Page link: School Life
School Life
We would love to see your photos
Page link: Local pictures
Local pictures
Do you know of any landmark, object or location that you think would be of interest.
Page link: How you can help
How you can help
What we need from you
Page link: Alfred Smith Funeral Directors
Alfred Smith Funeral Directors
Alfred Crawford Smith
Page link: Bus Crash Opposite Hospital
Bus Crash Opposite Hospital
42 hurt: Nurses run out to give aid
Page link: Agricultural Labourers
Agricultural Labourers
Life on the Land
Page link: Farmers of Batts Farm
Farmers of Batts Farm
The Pimms, the Cookes and the Millers
Page link: Batts Farm
Batts Farm
Three score and ten acres known as Batts Land
Page link: Carshalton: a meeting of the old and the new
Carshalton: a meeting of the old and the new
monuments, sculptures, buildings...........
Page link: St Helier Congregational Church
St Helier Congregational Church
A letter written by Gomer Davies, vicar in 1941