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  • Bryan Miller on Mangrove House – HotelI stayed here when I was a boy aged 4 or 5 years old. I think the owner or maybe...
  • Martin sharp on Memories of Wickham’s of WareMy old dad worked at Wickham's on maintenance. I have a photo of him and two others, a chap known...
  • Paul England on Black Swan Pub – WareBlack Swan pub is now Baldock House an office building at 23.Baldock St.
  • Colin Metherell on My grotto’s bigger than yours…Scott's Grotto is an amazing place; the passages are very narrow and the walls are all decorated with shells etc....
  • Brok on The Chaseside Engineering CompanyI spent about a year working as a clerk in the shipping department of the Northrop Factory. there were two...
  • Jonathan Flood on Memories of Wickham’s of WareR Bentley & Jim, please contact me via The Rail Trolley Trust website (http://www.railtrolleytrust.co.uk/contact.html) with regards to Barge Towing Tractors....
  • Jonathan Flood on Memories of Wickham’s of WareGroup photo - front centre is Arthur Basill Final Picture (Seated worker) - Ted Salis Penultimate Picture (Two standing) -...
  • Terry Askew on Letter to a SisterI am sad to report that, after a long and active life, Zillah passed away on 16th November 2017. She...
  • Terry Askew on St. Joseph’s Convent SchoolI am sorry to report that, after a long and active life, Zillah passed away on 16th November 2017. She...
  • Terry Askew on Zillah Driver joins the Observer CorpsI am sad to report that, after a long and active life, Zillah passed away on 16th November 2017. She...
  • Rosalie Wilding on Memories of Ware Grammar SchoolI was at WGS from 1956-1962 and loved it, despite the fierceness of some of the teachers. How we all...
  • Joyce Zensz-Snell on Allen and Hanbury MillsMy mother also worked at Allen and Hanbury's around late 1940's to 50's. Her name was Maud Brundell, she lived...
  • Jon Hochschartner on Memories of Ware Grammar SchoolHey! I'm writing a biography of Ingrid Newkirk, the founder of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals. It's my...
  • Sarah Holzbauer on My time at Simson PimmMy dad Philip or Phil Holzbauer worked there from 1985 I think and he was there till March 2001 when...
  • Penelope Freier (new Pole) on The Chaseside Engineering CompanyChaseside Engineering, Hertford was my first job in 1955. I was a dictaphone typist and worked for Mr. Rudd in...
  • Gill Wrenn on Ware’s pubs in the 1920sGlynis Blakes was my sister (She was a Miss not a Mrs), and we found quite a few things in...
  • Grace Olive Sarling on Memories of St. Mary’s Church, Ware Choir.Having been born so close to our beautiful church Saint Mary’s I was baptised there at Five weeks old by...
  • Peter B. on Wickhams of WareI worked in the machine shop from 1945 till 1953 . Most of the period with Bill Roberts in the...
  • Peter B. on My Time at Addis Brush WorksI worked in the machine shop / tool room.in 1955. The foreman @ the time was Les Surridge.
  • Pamela Hallworth on Memories of Ware Grammar SchoolI was in Miss Birds class in 1952 with all the people mentioned. I have very similar memories of the...
  • Tina smith on Watton Road, WareWhy do the cottages have round chimneys?
  • Brenda Mathews (was Park) on Memories of Ware Grammar SchoolMy friend Doreen Bay (nee Hearn) yesterday lent me a copy of the Ware Grammar School Magazine 1960-61 that she's...
  • Alvin on Memories of Ware Grammar SchoolDoes anyone have any information about the heat of Top Of The Form on BBC1 in the Autumn of 1964....
  • Geoffrey Cordingley on Ware – then and nowHi John Highet, You can try looking in the photograph collection at the Local Studies library at HALS (Hertfordshire Archives...
  • John Highet on Ware – then and nowGreat photos-- fascinating to see the differences over time! I live on the south bank of the Lea at Crane...
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