Living Memories Of

London Road

Introduction to London Road Introduction
Time Line Time Line
Residents of Loughton Residents
London Road Landmarks Landmarks
London Road, Loughton, a quiet village street at the start of the 20th Century; part of the new city of Milton Keynes by the century's end. Here it is remembered by residents born or brought up in London Road; and you can see the transformation brought about by a century of massive change.

For an Introduction to London Road click the INTRODUCTION signpost. To view the site from a chronological perspective click on the signpost labelled 'TIME LINE'. For some personal histories of London Road click 'RESIDENTS'; to see some of the more interesting landmarks click the 'LANDMARKS' signpost.

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London Road in 1968 looking North past the Talbot pub.
The Clutch Club team would like to thank all those past and present residents of Loughton who have helped us with the research for this site, in particular:
Frank Daniels
Don & Wynne Foxley
Angela Bowen
Chris & Roger Smith
Dorothy Ebbs
Trevor Wells
Jean Ebbs
Derek & Anne Stainsby
Olive Foxley & her late husband Mac
Thanks also go to:

our mentor Pam Weston,
Loughton Middle School
Loughton Manor Clutch Club Team
The CLUTCH Help Team at the OU and at the Living Archive

How to navigate around the web site...

The 'signpost' symbol is the key to getting around the web site. 'Click' on a signpost to move to new pages, or around the page. On all pages, except this one, the large signpost in the top left of the page will bring you back to this 'HOME' page.

Link to Loughton Milddle School Web Site

Loughton Middle School Web Site


This Web Site is a project by Loughton Middle School Clutch Club In conjunction with the Open University and the Living Archive

Loughton Middle School Clutch Club

Loughton Middle School Clutch Club is one of the first round of clubs funded by awards from the Millennium Commission. Each club consists of 5 parents of school-age children, in this case Charlotte Cashman, Bernadette Gill, Dave Johnston, Mumtaz Ladak and Gill Sloyan.

Link to Clutch Clubs Web Site

Further information on Clutch Clubs is available on the main
Clutch Club Website.