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  • Robert E Dines on Open air market in the High Street in 1953A visit to this market on a Saturday morning was enjoyed when taking an interest in Mr Sell's comic stall...
  • Neil Ashman on Stevenage Home GuardBack row, third from left is my grandfather, Burnard Ashman. He was 6, 2" and I believe he was a...
  • Shane on My Happy Memories of Living here in Stevenage all my LifeJohn, You are absolutely correct! The small grocery shop in the parade of shops at Hydean Way, Stevenage, was called...
  • Neal on St Michael’s SchoolTrying to think of something humane or sensitive to say about my unfortunate time here but sorry I fail. I...
  • Roy Newton on How to add a page to this siteI have been trying to contact an old friend that I met in 1957 Her name is Irene Ford (maiden...
  • Peter Schad on Barnwell School duckpondJust stumbled on this site....What fantastic memories I have of wonderful school days. I was at Barnwell from 1962 until...
  • Sharon Stevens on Geo. W. KingsBoth my grandfather and mother worked at Kings. My grandfather worked their for 30 years and was made redundant in...
  • Roy Newton on Moving to Stevenage in the 1960sStill trying to contact Irene Ford ( maiden name ) worked at English Electric Co 1957 on If you have...
  • Toni Cheval on The Unicorn, c. 1958The original Unicorn was an ephemeral entity, read the Stevenage Writers Annual for more details! [Toni, perhaps you can give...
  • Paul Fortescue on Alleyne’s SchoolWow! Buzz Partridge. You either loved him or you hated him. I loved him. Must have been about 1966, there...
  • Eunice Bornasty (née Randall) on Stevenage Fire Station. c.1939My father, Donald Randall joined the Fire Brigade in the 1950's and Stevenage was his first station as he lived...
  • Roy Newton on Did you get an invitation to meet the Queen?These articles tend to jog ones memory and I refer to the story written by Lesley Holliday (21/05/2018, below). One...
  • Roy Newton on Did you get an invitation to meet the Queen?Yes I remember the Queens visit to English Electric Stevenage in 1959. I was working as a sub contractor for...
  • R Newton on Aerial view of British Aerospace in 1966looking for long lost friend ( Irene Ford ) worked as an office girl in one of the big blocks...
  • Deborah wye on Bandley Hill Infant SchoolI remember that pool, I went there in the early 70’s and my teacher was mrs Harris
  • Dean Harry Abbiss on Staff at Geo. W. KingsWould be very interested to hear if anyone remembers/knew my late grandfather, Brian Abbiss. He started at Kings as an...
  • Dean Harry Abbiss on Geo. W. KingsMy late grandfather, Brian Abbiss worked with Kings his entire career. Starting as an apprentice in 1954, he worked his...
  • Tony Wheeler on Looking for School Records and School PhotosThe Deputy Head who brought her dog to school was Miss Loveridge. I don't know what the dog was called....
  • Mick Hursey on The Red Lion, Shephall. 1940Used to love this pub - I was at Heathcote school and me and a couple of mates used to...
  • Mick Hursey on Marymead Shopping Centre c.1960I moved into 309 with my parent, which used to be the temporary home for the hardware store (I believe...
  • John Thorn on Viking LongboatThe mosaic was a superb thing and its destruction is regrettable and now seems an act of vandalism. The licensees...
  • John Thorn on C.W.S. mural, by G. BajioWhen I was a child just about everything in our house came from the co-op, so I saw quite lot...
  • John Thorn on [Wall sculpture] by Peter LyonThis sculpture is still in situ, overlooking the bus terminus. I also vaguely remember something about it representing 'Jack Frost'....
  • Leonard (Len) Crawley on Aerial view of British Aerospace in 1966I was a craft apprentice at English Electric Six hills way, starting in 1957 with Tony McCullagh, Keith (Yolly) Yates,...
  • Margaret Whittington on Stevenage Old TownTo Emily Smith Are u still there above Hawkes shoe shop, 30 High Street? They were my grandparents. Margaret Whittington...
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