Don's Story - In His Own Words


Introduction to London Road Introduction
Time Line Time Line
Residents of Loughton Residents
London Road Landmarks Landmarks
Early Life At Withdene - "I'm thinking now of the Watling Street as I knew it, when I was 5 years old..." read on >>

Construction - "The Watling street was re-constructed from Fenny Stratford to Loughton and through to Stony Stratford..." read on>>

The Fountain - "The rich clients, who wished to come to the Fountain to partake in their cuisine and drink, would come..." read on>>

Shops On London Road - "In all small localities there were many, many small shops because transport was almost non-existent..." read on>>

The Talbot - "The Talbot was always known to us as The Arch. Young men used to meet the young ladies at the Arch..." read on >>

The Bell Inn - "All villages had lots of public houses in those days. I don't know whether people drank more or whether..." read on>>

Back Towards Withdene - "The two little cottages opposite the Talbot, which are still there - white painted cottages..." read on>>

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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.

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