Frank's Story - In His Own Words


Introduction to London Road Introduction
Time Line Time Line
Residents of Loughton Residents
London Road Landmarks Landmarks
From the Fire Station to the Talbot - "Starting at the fire station end, where the allotments and adjacent houses now are, was the site of the 48 Cafe..."read on>>

The Talbot -"Coming down the road to the Talbot - it was an old coaching inn. Being halfway between London and Birmingham..."read on>>

The Crossroads - "Where the roundabout is by the fire station was quite a dip, and with the turning into the cafe..." read on>>

Co-op and Other Shops - "The Co-op - I think the date is on it, and it also has the logo WIPS..." read on>>

The Fountain - "The Fountain Inn is a nice old thatched inn today, but it was not thatched in 1920s. It had a corrugated iron roof..." read on >>

The New Road - "The flyover - in the1930's there was very high unemployment - Government started a programme of road improvements..." 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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