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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. ...
2. Nos. 134 & 132
These two shops were run by Mr. R. J. Youngman and were a tobacconist and ...
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
Billericay School European Evenings
The FA Challenge Vase
A hat trick of wins in the 1970s
About the Billericay Society
The Billericay Society celebrated 75 years of service to the Billericay community on the 27th ...
Billericay & District Philatelic Society
The Stamp Club
Her memories of the High Street
Memories of Greens Farm Area
by Iris Yeomans
Growing up in Billericay
Mary Scott's recalls
1. No 101
Iceland formerly Woolworths
Originally this shop was all owned by Houghton’s and had two distinct shops, a drapers ...
4. Nos. 107 & 109
5. Nos.111 &113
No. 111, on the right, must be one of the few shops, if not the ...
7. Nos.121 & 123
Both demolished and replaced by shops. To the right hand side can be seen part ...
2. Nos. 85 & 87
5. Nos. 71 & 73
My Mother Patricia (Pat) Hammond was born in the Westbury Dairy in 1931 where her father Alfred Thomas Hammond rented...
My father Albert John Garner was born in the Railway Hotel in 1928. His father Albert James Hill Garner became...
I think the new shop built in its place was called “Christines”. Sold children’s clothes if I remember rightly.
Billericay School Juniors 1963
I have this picture, but alas can't find myself in the photo. Very few of the subjects of the pic...
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