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A South Green Boy
I was born at 8 Tyrone Road in 1963 and my family (I have older ...
Ball's Plastics Factory
The Former Ball’s Plastics factory in Kennel Lane faced farmland with the triangle of South ...
Bell Hill has a long history, it has been a major road through the town ...
Cap guns and Tree swings.
Growing up in South Green in the 60's & 70's
Great Burstead Stores
Number 68 Church Street, Great Burstead, was originally built as a typical two-story 1930s detached ...
Harry Houghtons of South Green
The paraffin and cycle man
London Coach Trip
The 1950s were the heyday of the coach trip. This photograph shows many of my ...
Made in South Green
A Local Motorcycle Manufacturer
Marker Stone in South Green
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Memories of Maple Mead
I lived at 2 Maple Mead in South Green until when I was about 6 ...
The photograph was taken at Christmas December 1965 and shows the display of Christmas turkeys ...
Postcards of South Green
I recently came across a number of old postcards of South Green that I hope ...
South Green Sunday School
South Green Memories
Growing up in Hickstars Lane
South Green Recreation Ground
South Green Scenes
The scenes below come from postcards that I have collected. Some places are easy to ...
South Green Sunday School 1949/50
I have recently come across these photos of South Green Chapel Sunday School taken in ...
St. Peter's School
In the late 1960s two schools were planned for this site, infant and this junior. ...
The Magnolia Estate Story
Ship to Shore
The South Green Sign
When designs for the South Green sign were considered the history of the Green was ...
The Village Smithy
This wonderful Postcard of The Village Smithy at South Green is in my collection. I wonder ...
Today, Sunday 26th January 2020 at about 4.30pm, saw an unusual visitor to South Green ...
I lived just near the top of Jacksons Lane. My parents bought a new house ...
Billericay's cold war secret
Changes to Billericay
Royal Observer Post
The Cold War
The Spigot Mortar
The Tractenberg Family
Hospitals and Medicine
Streets & Roads
Clubs & Societies
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