Pavillion Beach c1920s

Old Postcard

Note the beach huts/changing huts on the left
by Photochrom Co Ltd, Royal Tumbridge Wells

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  • From about 1930 or so I was swimming on pavillion beach with my brother and my mom and dad. We lived within walking distance of the beaches. and dueing the war. We lived off our land and the sea along with the ration books never went hungery like many of the Londoners. I like to see all of your photos and I have many to share with you, if I can figure how to do it. Please email me your instuctons. I wish to be an active member and finding out all I can about Canvey, it has a soft place in my heart. A large amount of pages I have devoted to my life in Canvey in my Autobiography that when finished, this too I would like to share with you. It decribes mostly my early life,the war years and my romance centered around the Pavillion.

    By Norman Bayley (19/08/2012)
  • Norman please email me at the archive on jan@canveyisland.org and I will help you all I can.

    By Janet Penn (20/08/2012)
  • Janet Penn. Many thanks for showing my comments on your Canvey Island site. I will be contacting you shortly at your email address. My goodness I am thrilled that I can visit with you some 6,000 miles away. Mr N Bayley

    By Norman Bayley (20/08/2012)

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