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Wrythe Green
Wrythe Green
Friends of the Wrythe
Happy Estate kid
Happy Estate kid
A Personal Memory
The Start of the War (1939-41)
The Start of the War (1939-41)
Wartime St. Helier
History at St Helier's
History at St Helier's
Phyllis Cox & Arthur Brown
Carshalton Carnival
Carshalton Carnival
Still going strong.
The School Choir
The School Choir
Green Wrythe School
Number 3 School Juniors
Number 3 School Juniors
Inter-School Athletics
Carshalton pre 1953
Carshalton pre 1953
Carshalton West Secondary School 1950
Newspaper Boy
Newspaper Boy
St. Helier Newsagents
St. Helier Horticultural Society
St. Helier Horticultural Society
Allotments, vegetables and winning that prize
The latest comments from this site

Memories of St. Helier
Memories of St. Helier
Moved there in 1939
Hi Len Owens, just read your post from the 3/10/2019. If you read this can you...
By John Maslin
On 01/04/2020
Particular Memories
Particular Memories
St. Helier Estate
Someone asked about the Ashby family. They are still there on Green Lane. I...
By Peter Ashby
On 01/04/2020
St. Helier Schools
St. Helier Schools
The schools were numbered
Hi Jack, I am indeed the Nick Keeling who had two friends Terry Smith and Jack...
By nick keeling
On 12/03/2020
The Tavern Football Team
The Tavern Football Team
Sunday football
Hi Reg      thanks for confirming that. I was at the match but...
By John Palmer
On 27/02/2020
Education and Expectations
Education and Expectations
Did the schools aim high for their pupils?
Joy Howe, like you I had a speech impediment,  which would render me...
By Christine Gawthorpe
On 17/02/2020
The Tavern Football Team
The Tavern Football Team
Sunday football
Hi John.Yes there was a televised game in 1957/8. I played in goal for St...
By Reg Crook
On 17/02/2020
The Tavern Football Team
The Tavern Football Team
Sunday football
Unless my mind is playing tricks with me, I am sure that the Morden and...
By John Palmer
On 11/02/2020
The St. Helier Arms
The St. Helier Arms
A public house with a very chequered history
Hi. My name is John Cooper. I moved to Green Wrythe Lane in 1953 with! my...
By John Cooper
On 11/02/2020
The Cinema
The Cinema
I remember being in the one and sixes..
Fifty seven years ago I was a draughtsman at an engineering company in Chester...
By Vic Harrison
On 11/02/2020
The prefabs
The prefabs
An amazing atmosphere
We lived at no.24 Green Wrythe Gdns. from 1949 to 1959.  Happy childhood...
By Carol Still
On 11/02/2020
St. Helier Schools
St. Helier Schools
The schools were numbered
I was at Canterbury road school between 1958-1964 approximately. Teachers I...
By Martin White
On 11/02/2020
Everyone Loves a Party
Everyone Loves a Party
Street Parties were very popular
Oh, just thought, I think the tall chap with a beard, 5th from left is named...
By Peter Bird
On 11/02/2020