Love C. A. & Son, Grocers, High StreetWhere was this? zoomFrom the 1933 and 1937 Kelly’s Directory – Love C. A. & Son, Grocers, High StreetAuthor By Janet PennPage added 04/09/2015 Comments about this pageI’m not sure but I think this may be at the top of May Avenue. In fact, in the 1931 Canvey Guide which you have on this site it mentions Nurse, M. Morgan, 1 May Avenue, near Post Office, High Street, Canvey Island. Midwifery, Maternity and general Nursing.By Dee Weightman (05/09/2015)definitely at the top of May Avenue,the building is still there but much alteredBy Val Court (18/02/2016)Margaret Payne’s bungalow in the background.By Keith Farrow (04/06/2022) Add a comment about this pageYour email address will not be published.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 My name may be published alongside the comment on the website, but my e-mail address will not be published.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 Buildings'Atomic Bomb Proof' Bungalows'Full Stop' - Leigh Beck"Lomondside", Long Road - 19291618 Dutch Cottage1618 Dutch Cottage1621 Dutch Cottage1621 Dutch Cottage1950's Developements60 AcresA Camouflaged CasinoAn early Canvey photoAn Old Round HutAn Old StableAnother Great Canvey HomeAnother Photo of Stevens BakersAny ideas where this is?Barclays Bank 1924Blaze at 'Crystaldene', Trevia AvenueBond's StoresBriarswood ClinicCanvey AmusementsCanvey August 1990Canvey Council OfficesCanvey Fire 1959Canvey Fire StationCanvey VillageCasino Service StationCharfleets Service StationCoastguard CottagesCox's HotelCreek HouseDay Trip to Canvey in 1949Demolishing Village ShopsDo you recognise this place?Eames StoresFloods 1968Friend's Convalescent and Holiday HomeGarden 1621 Dutch CottageGas Storage VesselIndustrial PropertyKnightswick RoadKomberg Villa, Komberg CrescentLabworth CafeLakeside and Convalescent HomeLobster Smack Inn and Sluice FarmLove C. A. & Son, Grocers, High StreetMarlborough HouseMatthews and CharlesMilk Bar Furtherwick RoadMrs Wright's BungalowNew builds from about the 60/70sNot seen beforeOld BungalowOld photo of the Red CowOur Baker Mr MarshOwner - Henry Temple PittRattwick DriveReplica Dutch CottageRiverside Cafe and Water's edgeRoughcast BungalowShiner & Holmes PhotographersSmallgains HallSt Lucia, Gains RoadSteven's Bakery in the High StreetStop & Shop at the CO-OPStrutts CornerSummer Time?Taskers StoresThe Bread & Honey ShopThe Demise of the CasinoThe GoldmineThe GrangeThe HaystackThe Moorings Annexe and GardenThe New Baptist Church (Winter Gardens)The Old Dutch Cottage c1955The Red CowThe Riverside CafeThe Star Tea RoomThe Toilet Block LabworthThe Vicarage through the agesThe Village PumpTwo Houses Several Years ApartTypical Old Canvey BungalowUnusual old bungalowUnusual Shaped HouseVery Old BungalowVery Old PhotoVery Recognisable BuildingsVillage PumpWalkers StoresWhere is this?Where?Windmill Cottage Share thisFacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedin
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I’m not sure but I think this may be at the top of May Avenue. In fact, in the 1931 Canvey Guide which you have on this site it mentions Nurse, M. Morgan, 1 May Avenue, near Post Office, High Street, Canvey Island. Midwifery, Maternity and general Nursing.
definitely at the top of May Avenue,the building is still there but much altered
Margaret Payne’s bungalow in the background.
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