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Where is this house today
We often see mention of Warders Bakery that had a shop at Halls corner. We ...
The site before it became Alpha Garden Centre, on London Road.
From a Wickford Memories FB page with permission from Linda Joyce Elmy.
Class U4 1958/59
I remember having to go by coach to a brand new school in Basildon during ...
The Mystery of the Unknown Children.
Wickford on the radio.
Wickford County Secondary School
Class U4 1959
An Unusual Carnival Float
A Tiger Moth built by Wickford ATC
Wickford's Catholic Churches
Wickford Youth Centre
Do you remember any of the Youth Centres?
Wickford Cricket Club, 1934.
The summer tour of 1934.
St Margaret's Church, Downham.
A carving on an outer building.
A Minister of the early 20th century.
Memories of an earlier school
"Highlight of the Year"
Outing for old folk of Crays Hill
The Wickford Floods of 1958.
I believe this was circa 1907
South Hanningfield Tye
Undated, but the suggested Inland postage amount is 1/2d
South Hanningfield Road, Rettendon Common
The Wheatsheaf, Rettendon Common
Sue Fairey (1915-2014) and Alf Fairey (1907-1986).
Long time residents of Wickford.
East Hanningfield Road, Rettendon Common
Wickford Secondary School 1951/2 - School Trip
Youth Hostelling in Winchester and Stratford upon Avon
Wickford VE Day 1945 Party.
Elm Road and Jersey Gardens children.
My Education in Wickford
Infant and Junior Schools
1920s photographs of shops in Wickford High Street.
The top picture, H.Hodd, was in a row of shops on the east side of the High Street, now demolished....
Artificial flowers go all over the world – Mr William Croot.
Thank you for posting the picture and item about our Great Grandad Croot. My older brother and sister remember him...
BARRY PATMORE – MORTEN HARKET COMES TO TOWN!
Not sure if this was the same run that both Nick Faldo and Spurs GK Erik Thorstvedt came to the...
Memories of Robert Green.
We have been informed that Robert Green died in the early part of May 2020. Robert was one of our...
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