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Local author's memories
Cap guns and Tree swings.
Growing up in South Green in the 60's & 70's
3. Nos. 76 & 78
These two properties were built in the 17th century and as can be seen in ...
4. Nos. 70, 72 & 74
The photograph below shows three buildings. On the left is No. 70, the weatherboarded Laylands ...
Billericay Archaeological and Historical Society
History of a Billericay shop
A Brief History of Rose Hall
The British Legion hall in Chapel Street
Foxcroft Children's Home Remembered
Betty Raines looked after children for 20 years
3. No. 114
Marshall's Newsagents - now demolished
7. Nos. 88 & 90
The building on the right is No. 90 and at this time was occupied by ...
2. Nos. 82 & 80
These two properties were built in the first years of the 16th century. Number 80, ...
The Spigot Mortar
by Norsey Road Bridge
Our Industrial Past
2. Nos. 134 & 132
These two shops were run by Mr. R. J. Youngman and were a tobacconist and ...
7. Nos. 124 & 122
This building, sadly now demolished, was originally built in the 16th century, Here No. 122 ...
8. No. 120
To the left hand side of the photograph can be seen number 118 which was ...
2. No. 116
This building was originally known as Dryden House and was a private house. In this ...
Memories of Billericay Pubs in the 1960's
A personal story
9. No. 145
This building at the southern end of the High Street stood where Audit House now ...
1. No. 136
The Post Office was built in 1938 on the site of the Town Blacksmith’s shop. ...
8. Nos. 123 & 125
Now demolished and replaced by a parade of shops. No. 123, on the right was ...
Little Burstead FC
"A Chapter of my life in Billericay"
My time in Billericay.
A Billericay Optician
Quaker Girl – 1947
My uncle, Alfred Godman, a member of the Billericay Operatic Society, played Jeremiah in this production. He came to Billericay...
I used to go to the youth club held in the annex during the late sixties. It was run by...
Does anyone have any photos from the late sixties early 70's when we wore butterfly caps and starched aprons -...
Billericay’s cold war secret
I remember being at Billericay School in the early 80’s & we walked to the location at Little Burstead on...
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