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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
Muschamp Laundry
Muschamp Laundry
Many of the local women worked here.
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The Rose Public House
The Rose Public House
The centre of the community
Hi Sorry I am a bit confused,used to work on a Saturday taking evening news and...
By Ian Burnett
On 22/05/2019
Doodlebug Hit
Doodlebug Hit
A narrow escape in Robertsbridge Road
Hello Den    I spent my first 25 years in Malmesbury Road but I...
By john palmer
On 14/05/2019
The First Residents
The First Residents
You had your own privacy
Hi old timers Who remembers Wincups at the bottom of St. Helier Ave, a cycle...
By Den O'brien,
On 12/05/2019
Doodlebug Hit
Doodlebug Hit
A narrow escape in Robertsbridge Road
Anyone remember the sweet stall in Malmesbury road, owned by a family called...
By den o;brien
On 12/05/2019
The Holy Family School
The Holy Family School
The local Catholic school
Who remembers the raids we often had with no 3 school during playtime....
By den,o'brien
On 12/05/2019
Inside the Houses
Inside the Houses
It wasn't a very big, imposing place ...
Oh,those days Ivor, few had cars and all were friendly....
By Den O'Brien
On 12/05/2019
Glastonbury School
Glastonbury School
An Inspector's Report 1940
I was at Glastonbury from 1961 to 1968. It was interesting to hear those...
By Richard Babbage
On 12/05/2019
The Circle
The Circle
A thriving little community
I used to live in the prefabs at the bottom of Culvers Avenue in Birch Crescent...
By Annette Norman
On 28/03/2019
The Littlehampton Outing
The Littlehampton Outing
One great day of fun
As a girl with 9 sisters we used to line up with our lunchboxes and go on the...
By Wendy Kemp
On 19/03/2019
St. Helier Schools
St. Helier Schools
The schools were numbered
It seems a long time ago now, but my memories of attending Canterbury Road...
By Geoff Potter
On 16/03/2019
Disclaimer
Disclaimer
Though I lived in Titchfield Road as a youngster (1935 onward until 1947 when I...
By Fred Cummings.
On 01/03/2019
Life at the Hospital
Life at the Hospital
The staff of St. Helier
Please, can anyone help me locate a group photo of 1968 or 1969 intake .I am...
By Marion Montgomery
On 20/02/2019