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  • David Lee on Tom WalkerThank you Nicholas Your suggestion was partially helpful in that it enabled me to read the names of two additional...
  • Nicholas Blatchley on Tom WalkerDavid, if you click on the red and white plus sign at the bottom right-hand corner of the picture, you...
  • David Lee on Tom WalkerAlthough I didn't attend Pixmore School ,I did know many of the pupils shown in Brenda Brackenbury's school photo for...
  • Fay Stone nee Wood on Irvin Air chute FactoryI worked at Irvins in Letchworth from 1952 until 1956 in the research and development dept then in the southern...
  • John Halsey on DonovanMy younger brother, Leslie Halsey, was in his class at secondary school at Hatfield in the mid to late 50's....
  • Peter Frost on Knebworth SchoolsI was at Knebworth until aged 8 (long time John, since Monk's Walk). OVens head, loved Miss Massom! She turned...
  • Susan Taylor on Lybury Lane & Church EndWhy was Lybury lane spelt with a "y" I've searched for hours and come up with nothing!!! I'd luv to...
  • Kathleen Carpenter on Childhood memoriesIt was interesting to read all the memories about old Hemel Hempstead. I was born in 1945 in Ashridge House...
  • peter wilson on Cricket Club 2nd X1, 1980back row first left - Peter Wilson
  • Alan Flack on Hartham Swimming Pool, HertfordBit of a late comment. Afterseasons of cycling under Ware Park to their unheated pool, then we got the Hartham...
  • Paul Todd on Harkness RosesReading this article takes me right back to 1962 when I joined Harkness as a 15 year old. I worked...
  • Colin Smith on A Railwayman’s War – Chapter 9I wonder if the driver that Ray was on about was my grandfather George Tolley he was there until 1945...
  • gillian bates on Ray Dexter and The InvadersTakes me back a few years. Loved going to the Astoria to see Ray Dexter. It was a really great...
  • Geoff Gordon on War work at BallitoGood gracious that's my mum Queenie Gordon (nee Rodford) standing centre, picture 2. I believe her, her sisters Phylis &...
  • Gareth Ridout on Burleigh School CheshuntI'm hard pressed to come up with years when I'd have been at Burleigh. However, based on Nicholas Blatchley's account,...
  • Edwin Ridout on Burleigh School 1951I was at Burleigh too, maybe about 1954 to 1959. I remember those tall windows -- and the day a...
  • Bill on Hertfordshire’s Mobile Library ServiceSad, very sad, that public services, under this government, have been ruthlessly cut. Is the education of our tax paying...
  • Brian John Patmore on Hertford County CinemaThe Country cinema was a lovely building & the cafe which was in the style of a Palm Court served...
  • Paul Aylott on 1954 Aldbury Valetta accidenti have spoken tonight to Patrick Cliff the sole survivor of the crash. He stayed in the RAF and retired...
  • Peter E. Hill on BoxmoorElizabeth and Gus Hill, were my Grandparents .and I remember visiting the pub many times in the 1950's Their son...
  • Andrew Moth on Hertfordshire School Camp, CuffleyI too remember happy days at this camp in the early 1960s. I was at Roebuck School in Stevenage and...
  • Brenda Hillier (Crawford) on Flood in High Street KnebworthI don't remember the flood, but look! There's Polly's Pantry!
  • Brenda Hillier (Crawford) on Harry Macdonald the WoodcarverReply to a comment above. Polly's Pantry was in Knebworth, to the left of what is now Simmons, the bakers....
  • Brenda Hillier (Crawford) on Harry Macdonald the WoodcarverI had no idea there was film of this amazing place! What a blast from the past! I was born...
  • Lucy Dean 6-29 on Christ’s Hospital School, HertfordHi Mrs Humphrey, I've only just seen this, the picture of the 2 girls is indeed Nicky Taylor & myself....
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