The British Red Crosscirca1950 zoom zoomAuthor By Frank LiddicottPage added 26/09/2009 Comments about this pageFrank, thanks for showing the pictures, brought back some good memories of my days with the Red Cross. regards, Peter Watkins.By peter watkins (30/09/2009)Hi Peter Did you used to live in Labworth Rd? FrankBy Frank Liddicott (18/11/2009)Frank, I have only just come across your question, answer. Yes No. 62. Next door but one to you and yours. The only name I remember knowing at 58 is Keith.By peter watkins (30/05/2010)Hi Peter Like you I don’t get to view these pages as often as I should. Keith was my younger brother and we had a sister Muriel the youngest of us threeBy Frank Liddicott (06/08/2010) Add a comment about this pageYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Your comment:Name * Email * I consent to my name and e-mail address being stored along with this comment, and to the website editors communicating with me by e-mail about the comment if necessary. My name may be published alongside the comment on the website, but my e-mail address will not be published. My information will not be shared with any third party (see our Privacy Statement - opens in a new window). * Δ 1950s and beyond'Bobby' Arnold remembers'Island Nest''Threeways'1 - Hooton's Stores and surrounding area1950-57A close call the other side of the wallAutomarine GarageBarclays Bank - CanveyBonfire Night on The Labworth EstateCamping in the late 50s Early 60sCanvey after the warCanvey Carnival 1927-2000Canvey Football PhotoCanvey in the '50sCanvey in the 1950sCanvey Island 1950Canvey Island Memories from FloridaCanvey Lads I knewCanvey PhotosCanvey's Concrete BargeChamberlain Avenue 1960Childhood Holidays on Canvey IslandConcord Road 1950'sCritchell FamilyCyrildene and Delta SportDenys Cook, local artist 1922-2008Doodlebug BabyDovercliff RdEarly 1950's CanveyEarly 1950's Canvey photosFire in the Village 1970From London Kid to Essex Boy - Canvey IslandFun on the LakeGeorgettes JuvenilesGirls Brigade, 3rd CanveyGrowing up on CanveyGrowing up on Canvey in the 1950sHoad family visits to CanveyHolidays on CanveyHoneymoon on Canvey in 1952Hooton's Stores and surrounding areaI remember when it was all fields!!June Debnam's MemoriesJust a sojourn on the route of lifeKatie Mallett, Canvey PoetLaurie AtterburyLife on Canvey Island 1930-1955Listening to the Sky LarksMemories late 40s/early 50sMemories of 15 Marine ApproachMemories of a Canvey PoetMemories Of CanveyMemories Of CanveyMemories of Canvey IslandMemories of Jeanette MitchellMemories of the Casino BallroomMemories of The Chapman LighthouseMemories of Warner WallaceMerrylegsMore Memories of Living on Canvey Island part 2My Canvey MemoriesMy ChildhoodMy Early Memories of CanveyMy early yearsMy Father Leslie PullanMy holidays on Canvey IslandMy Memories of Nightingale’s StoreMy Time living on Canvey IslandMy time on Canvey.Newly discovered gem!North Ave Kids OutingOld Canvey HousesPaarl Lodge, Paarl Rd.Party in the 50sPatsy BunnPaul Smyth (1883-1963) - An artist's view of CanveyPeter Wonnacott and familyQuenby's The Oldest Island ChemistRambling RecollectionsRebuilding the Seawall in 1953Rev Joseph Overs & the Canvey Island Monster!Ron. Why Canvey Why meSeawall Encapsulates Island's HistoryShips passing Canvey IslandSid AltermanSo many happy memories of CanveyStan & Vera Oaker's PhotographsSteve "Milky" HarrisSummers on Canvey in the 50sTed AndrewsThames HouseThe British Red CrossThe Clayton FamilyThe end of the Rehu MoanaThe Hardy and Blackmore FamiliesThe Man Who Predicted 1953 FloodsThe Maurice Road ShopThe Night The River Thames Caught FireThe Old Sliding BridgeThe Rescuers Wildlife SanctuaryThorney Bay Beach CampWaterside Farm Sports Centre 1976Wick CottageWittem RoadWoolfe and Lily ShifrenWoolworths Share thisFacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedin
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Frank, thanks for showing the pictures, brought back some good memories of my days with the Red Cross. regards, Peter Watkins.
Did you used to live in Labworth Rd?
Frank, I have only just come across your question, answer. Yes No. 62. Next door but one to you and yours. The only name I remember knowing at 58 is Keith.
Hi Peter Like you I don’t get to view these pages as often as I should. Keith was my younger brother and we had a sister Muriel the youngest of us three
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