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  • Pat Maule on Watford’s vanishing trickWonderful stories about Watford. Bring back great memories. Wonder if there is anybody reading this site went to Leggatts Way...
  • Pat Maule on Watford Through the AgesGrant Stevens Pauline Stevens mailto:herts.direct@hertscc.gov.uk The above is where I found much information about my siblings and I at the...
  • Pat Maule on Watford Through the AgesGrace Carey I was at Leggat’s Way School 1947-49, and the only name I remember of boys in my class...
  • Pat Maule. Patrick on Family rootsChristine, a really lovely story of your early life in Watford. I too grew up in Watford in the late...
  • Charlotte Barrett on Watford Through the AgesThis is a long shot but I was wondering if the person named Phil How still has the photo of...
  • Eve Bennell (nee Seymour) on The Cassiobury KidJust come across this page whilst browsing and reminiscing with friends. Such a joy to read of all these oh...
  • robin westly on Watford ShopsI REMEMBER GRAPHIC PHOTO 1 ODEON PARADE I WAS BORN NEXT DOOR AT NO. 2 IN FLAT ABOVE WHAT WAS...
  • Norman Wells on British Moulded Hose factory Fire 1961It would be frowned upon these days to go to the scene of such a major incident as this as...
  • Monica Lewis on Watford Through the AgesI live in Australia and am doing some fam history tracing. My grandfather's father had an Inn or pub called...
  • Dave Taylor-Jones on Victoria SchoolHere is a poem wrote about Victoria. Victoria School Memories by Dave Taylor-Jones On a dull day in September, in...
  • John on St Geoges Drive, Carpenders ParkThe house on the right side of the bombed house was also damaged. It was my home.
  • John McDonald on Alex Buxton: An ObituaryI came across this lovely obituary after looking at old clips of Alex fighting in the 50,s. I worked with...
  • Barbara Chapman on Northfield School April 1991I was there 1963-66. I remember Miss Fleichman who inspired me to paint. I still paint! I remember two twins...
  • Rita Julie Allman on Watford Through the AgesDoes anyone remember the Watford Civil defence. They used to have competitions and I would be very pleased if anyone...
  • J Budd on Queens Road MemoriesAnyone remember the SW Herts College of Further Education (fore runner of Cassio College, Langley Rd). Did a One Year...
  • sandy belloni on ContributeCAN'T UPLOAD WORD DOCUMENT
  • Derek Batchelor on Victoria SchoolOpened this page sheerly by chance and found that I was looking at a very young “edition” of myself! Good...
  • Will Mouger on Happy boyhood memoriesIt’s good to know that 46102 really did exist as my pals and I began to think it was like...
  • Will Mouger on Watford being dismantledIt would be useful to know where this is and when - and who posted it ? I might be...
  • stephen Thomas on Living in Watford 1965-1991Re note from Terry (Buster) Freeman on 27/07/2018. If he still wishes to contact Tony Freeman his address is:- 7...
  • Mark on Queens Road MemoriesThere was Barkers, a mens wear shop, down passed Carrs. This was virtually opposite an Aladins -cave tool shop and...
  • Geoff Hulley on My first school in Watford -‘Watford Fields’I left the school in 1956. Mr Coleman was headmaster and my teacher was Mr Spouge. Two names I remember...
  • Watford Gold on Watford FC: pre-1960Hi Adrian, The WFC nickname was indeed ‘The Brewers’, which originated from the association with Benskins. The earliest known nickname...
  • Faith Ellis on ContributeI'm researching fam tree & discovered my nan's parents, Edmund Alfred & Harriet Trumper lived at 25 Watford Fields with...
  • Adrian Perry on Watford FC: pre-1960I heard something else of interest about the early days of WFC, in that their original nickname apparently was "The...
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