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History at St Helier's
History at St Helier's
Phyllis Cox & Arthur Brown
Carshalton Carnival
Carshalton Carnival
Still going strong.
The School Choir
The School Choir
Green Wrythe School
Number 3 School Juniors
Number 3 School Juniors
Inter-School Athletics
Carshalton pre 1953
Carshalton pre 1953
Carshalton West Secondary School 1950
Newspaper Boy
Newspaper Boy
St. Helier Newsagents
St. Helier Horticultural Society
St. Helier Horticultural Society
Allotments, vegetables and winning that prize
Muschamp Laundry
Muschamp Laundry
Many of the local women worked here.
The latest comments from this site

Pedal Power
Pedal Power
We did get about a bit in those days
My dad's bike was his only transport. Every year he would cycle from...
By Linda (Meader)
On 27/07/2018
St. Helier Schools
St. Helier Schools
The schools were numbered
Lilleshall Road School -1938 -1945 - anyone remember Mr White the Gentlemanly...
By Alan Ridgway
On 27/07/2018
Scouting in St. Helier
Scouting in St. Helier
It's a long way from Reigate!
I have just returned to this site since my last posting and find it interesting...
By Peter Bird
On 27/07/2018
Scouting in St. Helier
Scouting in St. Helier
It's a long way from Reigate!
Hi Michael, these are wonderful recollections. I was a cub in the 8th Morden,...
By Steve Smith
On 27/07/2018
Life at the Hospital
Life at the Hospital
The staff of St. Helier
I was a medical secretary at St Helier from 1969 for several years. I worked as...
By Linda (Meader)
On 06/05/2018
The School Choir
The School Choir
Green Wrythe School
Just reread the above - oh no! remember poor Miss Hislop who often opened...
By Maureen Donaghey nee HURT
On 16/04/2018
School Life
School Life
We would love to see your photos
This i remember from my school days. Gordon Gale...
By D.G.Gale
On 16/04/2018
The Milkman
The Milkman
Mack the milkman had a horse and cart
In the late 1940's I used to help a milkman with a horse drawn cart out of...
By Bob Edwards
On 16/04/2018
Doodlebug Hit
Doodlebug Hit
A narrow escape in Robertsbridge Road
I recently spent time with my three nephews taking a trip down ‘memory...
By Margaret Bolton (nee Stanbridge)
On 16/04/2018
The St. Helier Arms
The St. Helier Arms
A public house with a very chequered history
I enlisted in the army at the age of 17 in 1953 and was overseas until Dec....
By Bob Edwards
On 05/04/2018
Bullying at School
Bullying at School
You were expected to stick up for yourself
It was necessary to stand and fight if necessary to make sure you were not...
By Bob Edwards
On 05/04/2018
The School Choir
The School Choir
Green Wrythe School
Hi - I remember Mr.King, was in the choir in 1952. Trying to put names to...
By Maureen Donaghey nee HURT
On 05/04/2018