Posted by tony foster on 09/04/2017 Email
I was born in Northcote Rd in 1944. Seem to remember you had an older brother?
Posted by Roger Ivimy on 19/02/2017 Email
Hiya I was born in Isleworth in 1946 , we lived in Halliburton Road, I went to Worple Road infants/ juniors, before moving on to Smallberry Green , I remember the Sports master Mr Farthing and his cane ! As I found myself on the wrong end of it a few times. I can't remember the name of the Tech Drawing and Form master, but I do remember his last words when I left in Easter 1961 ...Ivimy you will either end up in prison or become a millionaire, well I certainly didn't go to prison. I had only kept in touch with my best mate Malcolm Randall , year or two above me, sadly he died a couple years back, would be interested to hear from anyone else in the Halliburton Road area or the from the school former colleagues.
Posted by Colin G Knight on 04/02/2017 Email
Raymond Lovegrove. From Colin Knight.++61754864086 Queensland Australia.I have been looking for you fo 20 yrs. You were in my class at Smallberry Green. I found you on another website but it closed.
Went through Kidds Mill in 1939 just before they pulled it down. Watch the bombing of old Isleworth though the glass of our front door as we were all sleeping in the hallway because of the German air raid. You could see massive sheets of flame as the bombs went off. The next morning we went to look at the damage, what a mess. All that was left of old Isleworth shops was the pub where the buses turned around instead of going to Hounslow and the Fish shop opposite the Town Hall. The Flying Bomb that fell in South Street, where they built the Prefabs stopped right over our house, turned and glided down to South street. I remember looking at the damage as the houses that were not flattened had the back walls removed, they looked like a childs dolls house with everything in place, beds clothes
Posted by Janet Davis (nee Grant) on 26/10/2016
I used to be friends with DEBORAH FENTON who lived in old isleworth and have been searching for her for years.
Im also looking for Carol Saunders, Angela Marsden and Lorraine Keen. Mainly from Brentford School for Girls and would have been born around 1958. Please help!
Posted by Dave Southwell on 19/10/2016 Email
Hiya, I was born 1945 and lived at Wellington rd South till 1954 approx. I went to Grove Road then moved all the way to Berkley in Heston . New estate!! I still have fond recalls of the Regle n Granada next door ,Coop across the road.
Toilets in the middle of road at the Bell! Trolly buses etc could go on fore ever.
Posted by paul hopcroft on 27/08/2016 Email
I went to The Blue School from 1966 - 1972, anybody out there from the same time? if so do you remember sally & Jane Wise from Amhurst Gardens?
Posted by Laurie Martin on 11/07/2016
I lived in beech avenue 1956 -1972 and went to the junior school near the green school then went to smallberry green in 1963.I recall Mrfarthing pe,Mr Ellis art,Mr Roberts science?,Mr Prytherch-Evans biology,Mr Dummer maths,Mr Tombs music.The goalie for my year was Jimmy Greenwood also known as Sappy.when I left School I joined the post Office working at Hounslow, Heathrow ,and Brentford. I lived for a while near the Jolly Gardner's pub and moved to Peterborough
Posted by Anthony ward on 17/04/2016 Email
I was at worple road primary school at the years 1970 to 1978 then we left to go to live in jersey
I missed all my friends please does anybody remember me
Posted by Raymond Lovegrove on 18/02/2016 Email
I was born in west mid 1937 Went to worple road school then smallberry green school. Rememberi from Dawes Ave.ng Mr farthing mr Ellis mr waters mr Humphries teachers. Would love to hear from anyone who remembers me
Posted by Annette Lee on 20/01/2016 Email
My name is Annette Lee ( neeSearle) and I was born and raised in Isleworth
Posted by Colin james on 10/12/2015 Email
Priddys still living at 56 in the 70s... We used to meet there before going off to play football for the Kings arms pub which later became Isleworth Villa....also Christine Priddy was in my class at Worple road... She had a Lassie dog called Simba as I remember
Posted by Janet Woodward (nee Gilbert) on 06/09/2015 Email
My dad, Herbert Gilbertt (Bert) was born in 1925 and he was bought up living at 56 Worple Avenue, isleworth. He had 4 brothers and a sister. He married my mum, Lilian Tompkins, and I was born in 1954 and my brother, David, was born in 1958. We moved from there to Hall Road, isleworth in 1963 or 1964. Mum and dad have passed on now but I just wondered if anybody remembered our family. I know that when we moved to Hall Road, Mr and Mr Priddy moved into number 56 with their 5 children from Dawes Avenue . Susan and Margaret Priddy used to babysit for us and I can remember playing with Christine. I have many fond memories of living there until I was 8 or 9years old. I went to Worple Road School, Chatsworth juniors, Marlborough school for Girls and then to Brentford School for Girls. I now live in North Somerset but have very fond memories of growing up in Isleworth.
Posted by lavinia finn on 19/05/2015 Email
I was born at west mid hospital in 1949, went to the old blue school until 1959 lived in church street enjoyed playing on an Area we called the dump does anyone else remember
Posted by James Moran on 10/05/2015
I can remember Mr Farthing sports teacher at Smallberry green isleworth .
He gave me a goalie jumper as my family could not afford to buy me one.
He said you play like a goali you should have the correct jumper.
I have never forgotten his kindness.
Posted by Natasha Castagnetti on 02/03/2015 Email
I would love to see pictures of worple red primary school before it got knocked down, tried looking on line and never found any...loved that school..if anyone can send any pictures, I would be pleaded to see them
Posted by Shelagh McPartland on 12/12/2014 Email
I was born in 1947 at 191 Linkfield Road Isleworth, as was my sister and our father and all his brothers and sisters!.Some of my Dads siblings bought houses next to ours and it was called Dunnes Lane.
My Dad was Morris Dunne and his Mum was Jo Dunne. I have lived in Scotland for 50yrs, but still miss my home town,been back a few times and always love going to the river, so many happy childhood memories there.
Posted by Roy Marshall on 13/10/2014 Email
I was born in West Middlesex Hospital on 29th November 1940 at 11pm one hour before an air raid hit and I had to be dug out. I am currently researching the details of this event but am finding sources elusive! Has anyone any ideas? A contact name or address would be useful.
I later went to Isleworth Town and Isleworth Grammar School before leaving the area to go to College.
Posted by Martin O'Donnell on 23/06/2014 Email
Hi I was born in West Mid. hospital in December 1932, and lived with my parents for a while in Clifford Rd, Hounslow west.The Worton Rd estate at Isleworth was being built and my parents and I moved to a house in Morris Rd in about 1935-6.
I attended the local infants/junior school, then Smallberry green.I have so many happy memories of my childhood, at wars end we moved to the Bath Rd estate,Cranford.I am currently writing a story about those years
Posted by alan cox on 10/06/2014 Email
I was born in Isleworth in 1946 and lived in Dawes Avenue, attended Worple Road School, then Smallberry School.
Smallberry Green was a great school especially for Sport,i remember well the Sports Master Mr. Farthing a wonderful man.
I now live in Cornwall but have many very happy memories of Isleworth.
Posted by Trish on 03/04/2013 Email
I was born in West. Mid in 1953. Went to St Mary's RC. Live din Swan Street. Live in Australia now but when I am back in the UK - always visit the old town.
Posted by Paul Radforth on 26/11/2012 Email
I grew up in Isleworth from 1944 till 1965 when I married and moved away, I went to Worple Rd Infants and Junior school and then to Smallberry Green Secondary finally going to Twickenham Tech I lived the first four years in Talbot Road and the rest in Chestnut Gardens.
Posted by Jill Bennett on 22/06/2012 Email
I lived in Silverhall Street during the 1950s and I attended the Blue School. My maiden name was Waters. I wondered if there is anyone who lived in Silverhall Street at the time.
Posted by S. Douglas on 01/03/2012 Email
Actually the images are slightly different. Amendment too - my father joined the Australian Flying Corps in 1920 and not 1919
Posted by S Douglas on 01/03/2012 Email
I was looking at your site as I have Brooks and Haylock ancestry from Hounslow, Brentford and Isleworth - I came across the Vickers Vimy at Hounslow Heath in 1919 - I have an identical image in my father's collection - he was in the Air Corp by 1919 and the RAAF when it formed. He must have know someone on that flight and the print that I have is in good condition
Posted by Robin Goodfellow on 17/02/2012
My mother, Pamela (nee Ramsay) was born in Isleworth in 1929. She lived with her parents Tom and Daisy in Aylett Road and attended Spring Grove School. She would really enjoy making contact with any of her contemporaries. If anyone remembers Pamela and wishes to get in touch, please contact Christine, details below, who will pass on any message.
Posted by Steven rice on 02/02/2012 Email
Dear isleworth society i am an Artist at Redlees Studios in Redlees park and was wondering if there is any info on the stable block i work in even on the house
Posted by neil on 25/08/2011
Support the development of the community. A handful of run down shope does not consitute decent shops. I can never do a useful shop in south street and it would also be great to have a free cash machine. Its about time the people of this society looked forward instead of blocking everything. Ive had to live for 10 years whilst people objected to improving a delapidated pub. Enter a new centry please and allow the high street to change and develop for the needs of local people.
Posted by Ian Fisher on 21/03/2011
A collection of films about Isleworth has been accumulated. One we are keen to add is entitled The History of a Thames-side Village. It was compiled in the late 1950s by local primary schools under the collective name Heston & Isleworth Schools' Local History Society. Each school was given a copy of the film and accompanying teaching notes; copies of the notes are held but to date no film strip has come to light. If anyone knows the whereabouts of a copy, please contact Peter - 020 8560 1129
Posted by Carol Teader on 24/01/2011 Email
I was born in West Mid 29th Jan 1945 and I spent my entire school years at St. Mary's R.C.
I live a long way away now but Isleworth is home still even though none of my family live there still. I used to attend the Youth Club Dances at St. Bridgets. Look forward to reading comments on Isleworth.
Posted by colin james on 13/12/2010 Email
an Isleworth lad born 'n' bred
spent this past 30 years not here i'm afraid
but my heart belongs to my place of birth
my dear dear ISLEWORTH
Posted by Joan Dallibar on 23/11/2010 Email
Hello, I'm tracking back my family to Isleworth/Brentford area. Having been born at West Middlesex hospital. My family goes back to 1600-1700 with many marriages, deaths etc going through All Saints Church. Keep up the good work