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  • Sylvia Chamberlain (nee Hurley) on Birchwood Avenue Primary SchoolI went to Cranbourne Infant School in 1953. Mrs Lloyd was the headmistress then and I remember one of the...
  • Diana Hickey on A Request from the Present HeadmasterThe headmaster of the original onslow grammar/ sec mod school was Mr Ralph sexton...............when my children went to onslow the...
  • tony on Before the Hatfield TunnelUsed to do standbyes at Hatfield fire station when I was in the fire brigade and remember some of the...
  • Brian Rawling. on Breaks Manor Youth Club 60th birthdayI wonder if there is anyone still around who remembers the holiday we all went on, about 1952, up to...
  • Christine Hinderlider née Boreham on Sheet 5 of 7My sister, Sheila Boreham, is no. 649. Please add!
  • Bill Cotton on Hatfield SchoolI was there 64 - 69. I was in Darwin and I remember Mrs Bantick was our form teacher for...
  • Chris Brazier on Woolco Department StoreMy Father, Richard Brazier, was the general manager of the Woolco store in the 70's. I have such fond memories...
  • Maureen Chisholm (Edmeades) on Onslow Secondary Modern SchoolJust discovered this site and have read all the comments. What memories they bring back. I was at Onslow from...
  • Maureen Chisholm (Edmeades) on Dellfield (Newtown) SchoolWow what memories these comments have brought back. I attended Newton Primary from 1961. I started in Miss Cottrell’s class...
  • Christine Hinderlider (née Boreham) on Hatfield at WarMy father, Leonard Boreham, was a member of the Home Guard but I don't see him on the photo above....
  • Christine Hinderlider (née Boreham) on Hatfield At WarJust to add that the bomb Barbara Martin mentions actually crashed into 2 Selwyn Crescent next to the back gardens...
  • Christine Hinderlider (née Boreham) on V1 Flying Bomb (1944)This wasn't the only bomb to be dropped on Hatfield. My parents and sister Sheila lived at 20 Selwyn Crescent....
  • Christine Hinderlider (née Boreham) on 13th Battalion de Havilland Home GuardMy father, Leonard Boreham, was in the Home Guard in Hatfield as he worked at de Havilland's. I think I...
  • Christine Boreham on Hatfield Technical CollegeThanks for posting this article. I was one of the first on the one-year Bi-lingual Secretarial Course which was launched...
  • Karen Cameron on Hatfield SchoolI went to Hatfield school 1974 to 1979 formally Owen. I remember Mr Slaney; he was a great musician. I...
  • Christine Boreham on Bishop’s Hatfield Girls’ SchoolI was also one of the first pupils here, having spent 2 years in the co.-ed school. Diana Schofield was...
  • Christine Boreham on Newtown County Primary SchoolSorry, I forgot to mention that my maiden name was Christine Boreham.
  • Christine Boreham on Dellfield (Newtown) SchoolI went to Dellfield from 1952 to 1958 and terrible Mr Pomfrey and the awful toilets were still there. But...
  • Christine Boreham on Dellfield (Newtown) SchoolJust discovered your post, Shirley, and am wondering if you remember my sister Sheila who lived on Selwyn Crescent? She...
  • Christine Boreham on Dellfield (Newtown) SchoolJust found this site and loved reading all the memories of Dellfield, most of which I also share. I went...
  • Christine Hinderlider on Newtown County Primary SchoolI went to Dellfield probably starting in 1953. Michael, your name sort of rings a bell, but I don't recognise...
  • KEITH SHEPHARD on Hatfield SchoolAttended Hatfield School 1966-1971with my twin, Geoff. I joined the County Council in Hertford at 16 and Geoff went on...
  • Patrick Scott on Before the Hatfield TunnelCan anyone remember the surplus electronics shop that was here in the row of shops in the early 1980's? My...
  • Chris Hamon on Howe Dell Primary School 1955 -2007/8Ahh great memories of this place I went there in late 70s early 80s when Miss Mathews was there. Always...
  • DAVID JOHNSON on Sheet 3 of 7Poor old Mr Stein. He was our woodwork teacher. We "played" him up so much, I still remember putting sawdust...
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