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  • Jill Jackling on Emmanuel Church, Northwick Terrace, NW8My mother (Marjorie Love) lived in Cedric Chambers during the 2nd world war. She was renting with her aunt, who...
  • Cliff Jordan on Leamy’s of Nugent TerraceI must admit I was one of a number of boys that worked as a Paper Boy at Kit Leamy's....
  • Ade Young on Barrow Hill SchoolHello Brian Ahern. Tickled me to see that list of names....some I can vividly still remember. Cheers Ade Young
  • Jane Leaver on Lex Volvo workshopHow do you remember that, and in what circumstances. It would be interesting to know.
  • Jane Leaver on Grove End Gardens 1935 – present dayRobert, thanks for your comments. It would be great if you were to add a piece about you time in...
  • Andrew on Lex Volvo workshopFreddie Mercury bought a Volvo 740 there in May 1988.
  • Robert Shiels on Grove End Gardens 1935 – present dayMy Grandfather Leonard Emery was the Head Porter at Grove End Gardens up to 1983 although not sure when he...
  • Andy Cantouris on St John’s Wood Terrace – a 1960s childhoodI was at Barrow Hill from 1960-64. I loved it. My friends were Charlie Colmer, Julien Temple, Patricia Nolde, Madelaine...
  • Jbd drage on Memories of Burghley House, Loudoun Road in the 1940sThe Gutteridge connection continued at Arnold House into the 1960s as Jack Gutteridge became the second generation of his family...
  • Jane Leaver on Hospital of St John & St ElizabethWhen I was about 6 years old, in 1954, my 3 year old younger brother needed his tonsils out. My...
  • Terry Murphy on Wharncliffe GardensI lived at 67 Wharncliffe Gardens as a child 1958-1968. The yards, rooftops and the canal towpath from Little Venice...
  • Colin Jones on Wharncliffe GardensI was actually born in 211 Wharncliffe Gardens in June 1967 before moving to Bedford in late 1969. My parents...
  • JBD Drage on Actors & Actresses who lived in St Johns WoodBob Monkhouse lived at 7 Loudoun Road through the 1960s.
  • Terence Farmer on Growing up in St John’s Wood in the 1940s and 1950sHello Stan, I remember you, you lived with your Mum and Grandad and Nan. My best friend at the time,...
  • Eric Nicholls on Growing up in St John’s Wood in the 1940s and 1950sI enjoyed reading these memories very much of SJW where my father was born and raised - thank you for...
  • Stan Nicholls on Growing up in St John’s Wood in the 1940s and 1950sThank you for this very interesting and informative page, John. My family lived in what was then Henry Street (now...
  • David Ellis on Lex Volvo workshopI have enjoyed reading your memories. I too have fond memories of working at St John’s Wood. I worked along...
  • Mark on Lex Volvo workshopMy Volvo 740 is from Lex Brooklands, I still have the delivery slip and order notice signed by CJ Moseley...
  • Maureen Burns (nee Janes) on Wharncliffe GardensI lived in Wharncliffe Gardens from 1952 -1957, firstly at #449 top floor one bedroom on Cunningham Place. Then when...
  • Penny Baker on Wharncliffe GardensGina, we lived on the top floor number 470 of the block closest to Cunningham Place, one bedroom, no bath,...
  • Bridget Clarke on Contact usDo let us know if you find the book and can tell us more about Alexandra Road - many thanks...
  • Susan on Blenheim Terrace 1902 onwardsI lived at 12a Blenheim Terrace, the pub on the corner was called the Drum and Monkey, run by lol...
  • Susan on Contact usI have a very old book on St. John’s Wood it’s in my daughters loft, I will get it out...
  • Steven McCarthy on Wharncliffe GardensHi Peter, hope you're keeping well. Yes you're right, I did spear my upper arm on the roof top railings...
  • DAVID FRITH on A.E.Stoddart 1863 – 1915As "Stoddy's" biographer I have long felt that he should be remembered in the locality by means of a plaque...
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