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I also lived in Walthamstow in 1963, before leaving for Canada in June, and although people seem to refer to that winter as the coldest, my memory tells me that 1947 was worse. After some time Eileen and Peter moved to Canada, and we moved to Bournemouth.Furthermore, 1947 was a period of after-war shortages of food, clothes, and especially coal, so the effect was much grimmer. We visited Eileen and Peter in Canada for 3 wonderful holidays, we were made so welcome and their 2 daughters were delightful.Many thanks Stephen MARDEN Daniel, I thought the following pictures could be of interest: (click to enlarge) Warwick school ca. Top row 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Middle row 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 Bottom row 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 3. Best wishes Phillis WYBROW Tony Kemp wrote to you in Dec 2010 for information relating to Rev Ernest Ketley, minister of Higham Hill Baptist Church from 1947 to his death in 1955. Christine SNELL Bill, The only plausible reference I can find to William Mc Guffie is in the 1922 & 1925/6 edition of Kelly’s Directory. There was a good sized crowd but the hall was scruffy and badly lit.Best wishes, Michael GILBEY Hello Vera, It is a very small world.I married Dave Williams' (Williams Fish Shop) grand-daughter and we lived above the shop and ran it in the early 60’s.My memory's still good except for people, places and things. Johnny Cooper (click to enlarge) Woodside junior school class 9, don't remember all the names. I asked him if he was a musician and he told met hat he was a keyboard player and had a regular gig at the Royal Standard.
We bought fresh cod, haddock, sole, rock ell and skate from Billingsgate very early in the morning, and took it back to the shop to clean, gut, fillet and cut into portions.
I have discovered your site and I am wondering if there would be anyone who remembers my father. In 1976, we moved from our three bed overcrowded flat in Priory Court, Walthamstow to a large four bed house in Chingford.
Rosemary FREEMAN Hi Consuelo Just a quick response to say that whilst I cannot help with your enquiry I am the grandson of Doris & Eddie Longhurst [Barbara’s son], who lived next door to you at No 22. Take care John HUNT Correction to my previous posting, it was not Kenny who jumped through the skylight or received the camera but Freddie Black. After a few months, early one evening, I saw my next door neighbour, a small charming apparently shy man, loading a keyboard, an amp and leads into his car.
Although I enjoyed the entertainment, I wasn’t impressed by the ambience of the place.
I first remember going there with a few mates in the late 1960’s or early 1970’s.