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lost freinds by Bowman (Member 10298538) on 5-Jan-2015
any one know what became of Joyce and Elsie Bowers of albion road hounslow /
  
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4 BEDROOM FLAT IN HOUNSLOW HIGH ST by pete (Member 10296376) on 8-Oct-2014
A 4 BEDROOM FIRST FLOOR FLAT AVAILABLE FOR RENT ON HOUNSLOW HIGH ST RIGHT IN FRONT OH HOUNSLOW BUS GARAGE AND A FEW MINUTES WALK TO HOUNSLOW EAST TUBE ST, AVAILABLE RIGHT AWAY FOR £1400 PCM

CALL PETER:074044 808 66

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4 BEDROOM HOUSE TO RENT IN ASHFORD by pete (Member 10296376) on 8-Oct-2014
A LOVELY NEWLY REFURBISHED 4 BEDROOM SEMI-DETACHED HOUSE AVAILABLE TO RENT IN NAPIER RD, ASHFORD TW15, AVAILABLE FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED.

*NEAR HEATHROW
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**AVAILABLE TO MOVE IN RI... more >>
  
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Free washing machine collection by Fred (Member 10291075) on 22-Jan-2014
Cookers dishwashers cookers etc
07960453540
  
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the only way out! "RUN TOWARD THE BLAZING SUN" by Tom Walker (Member 10272669) on 18-Aug-2013
Wait until the sun goes down in the West,to dazzle the eyes of the Turkish border guards, built a dummy driver on the left, open vent below the windscreen get under the steering wheel put your foot down hard on accelerator, and pray that the bullets hit the dummy and not you
All this and more in the book "RUN TOWARD THE BLAZING SUN" It could happen to you. A true story from Amazon.com or get a si... more >>
  
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the only way out! "RUN TOWARD THE BLAZING SUN" by Tom Walker (Member 10272669) on 18-Aug-2013
Wait until the sun goes down in the West,to dazzle the eyes of the Turkish border guards, built a dummy driver on the left, open vent below the windscreen get under the steering wheel put your foot down hard on accelerator, and pray that the bullets hit the dummy and not you
All this and more in the book "RUN TOWARD THE BLAZING SUN" It could happen to you. A true story from Amazon.com or get a si... more >>
  
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"RUN TOWARD THE BLAZING SUN" by Tom Walker (Member 10272669) on 18-Aug-2013
A true story about a daring escape in a Landrover across a heavily guarded river bridge into Greece by a British, Hounslow born, holiday travel agent, trapped in Turkey with eight tourist in his care during the 1971 Turkish uprising. This story will remind you that there is no safety in travelling to a foreign country and no guarantee that your government will help if you get in trouble. Y... more >>   
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Save Money or Make Money with the Utility Warehouse by David Taylor (Member 10103609) on 5-May-2013
I can show you how to make great savings on your household and business utilities. I can also introduce you to an opportunity to make a second income, simply by helping your friends and family to save money.

Ask me for more information.

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  • Re: Save Money or Make Money with the Utility Warehouse by Yvonne Butler (Member 10237916) on 13-Aug-2013
    1934..AERIAL PHOTO..IN GOOGLE....BRITAIN FROM THE AIR....MASTER ROBERT ACE SPADES PETROL GARAGE SUTTON LANE..HESTON HOUNSLOW...EAST SIDE ACE SPADES 1934 WHAT COMPLEX...IS IT SWIM POOL ETC...MODERN MAP..SHOWS ..LITTLE RD GOES INTO THAT AREA.....THANKS..IF PEOPLE KNOW ..MORE..OF THE AREA...APPRECIATED...GT WEST RD...HAD BEEN OPEN SINCE 1925...FEW CARS SHOWS..NO TRAFFIC LIGHT CONSTANT JUNCTIONS..YET....

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Just like many people nowadays I've been looking for ways to make extra money. Importantly, ways which don't require me to leave the house or think too much. I've come across some poor sites, and some good ones. The sites listed on my blog below won't make you rich, but if you stick with them they will deliver a steady stream of Amazon voucher... more >>
  
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Catch A Ride On The A-Train by Leegal (Member 10270949) on 22-Feb-2012
I have written the above book about gang life in Hounslow and surrounding area from around 1966 to 1970 anybody interested in copy costs £12.99 + P & P Oh and I knew Brian Elms + bros Terry Michael, Alan and Dave from time in Norwood Green plus Tony Cook who lived with them for a while   
  • Re: Catch A Ride On The A-Train by Tom Walker (Member 10272669) on 12-Apr-2012
    Hi I'm an ex Hounslow lad would like to read your book, "Catch a ride on the A Train", But I live in Florida, Tom

  • Re: Catch A Ride On The A-Train by Dee Elmes-Austin (Member 10273301) on 30-Apr-2012
    you have written a book about my dad and my uncles and my family did you even ask me how i may feel??? im brians daughter! please contact me ! i would like to see what you have written about my family! so i would like a copy please!

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YouCan2011 by YouCan2011 (Member 10257719) on 7-Feb-2011
We, in the London Volunteer Fundraising team at Cancer Research UK have put our money where our mouths are to show what fundraising we have done in the past, from running the marathon and climbing Ben Nevis to holding a tea party or organising a pub quiz. Our message is clear - “If we can do it, YOU CAN too”

Cancer Research UK is the world’s leading organisation dedicated to beating can... more >>
  
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loan shark by stuart (Member 10255527) on 14-Dec-2010
does anyone know any loan sharks in hounslow area   
  • Re: loan shark by Angela landsbury (Member 10262216) on 16-Jun-2011
    Did you find anyone? I'm looking for one too.

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looking for old mates at Bulstrode s.m.Boys School by carlos mourao (Member 10250013) on 23-Jul-2010
Hi,
My name is Carlos Mourao and I came to Britain from Portugal in 1958 aged 14.I am from the days of Me.Quinlan,White,Sargeant and the Headmaster was Dennis the Menace...not really, we were the menaces.I'm looking in particular for my old mates Philip Short and Alan Turner,the former from Hounslow and I believe Turner from Feltham or nearby.Turner's dad and Turner worked at London Transport.Phi... more >>
  
  • Re: looking for old mates at Bulstrode s.m.Boys School by Barry (Member 10277199) on 11-Aug-2012
    Hi Carlos. I believe i know you via Alan Turner and his mate Phil. I worked with Alan at London Transport Chiswick Works. (I remember his dad there too.) Alan and I were good mates in the early 60s. I think the four of us went to a folk club in Teddington and you met a girl there that became your wife. (The vicars daughter?)
    love to hear from you. Regards Barry Swallow.

  • Re: looking for old mates at Bulstrode s.m.Boys School by Barry (Member 10277199) on 11-Aug-2012
    PS. I've been living in NZ for 30 odd years and have lost all touch with Alan. BS

  • Re: looking for old mates at Bulstrode s.m.Boys School by Edgar Iredale (Member 10293562) on 5-Jun-2014
    Hello Carlos. I remember you and Alan and Phil.
    I wasn't at Bulstrode but met Phil by buying a tow rope for my Land-Rover from him when he worked at the rigging company in London Road. Almost at once he introduced me to Alan (who lived at Hounslow West). We became friends straight away with a common interest in Land-Rovers and Jeeps.

    I think you joined us on one or two of our outings.

    Then ... more >>

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looking for my brother adam by demelza austin (Member 10246878) on 25-May-2010
hello my names demelza i am looking for my half brother adam all i know is that he was born in 1972 at west middlesex hospital houndslow london his dad was called brian ronald dennis elmes and i dont know the mums name as they were not married and it was a brief realationship in witch my half brother was made , our dad has passed on and i have only just found the rest of the family and i would lik... more >>   
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brian ronald dennis elmes by demelza austin (Member 10246878) on 13-May-2010
hello im still looking for my natural dad brian ronald dennis elmes born 1949 last address i have is 17 clements court houndslow middlesx that was in 1979 when he was living with my mum mollie sanders i was named at birth as Dee elizabeth elmes ,i also have a half sister called debra elizabeth elmes(lake)who i would like to meet and a brother born in 1972 called adam but i do not know his surname ... more >>   
  • Re: brian ronald dennis elmes by Tom Walker (Member 10133355) on 14-May-2010
    Hi Demi,contact me, Ive got all the information you need about your dad Brian Elmes, also your Grandmother Elizibeth Elmes whos address I have in Hounslow. E Mail me at coloneltom1@gmail.com

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Ready and waiting by gilf (Member 10245596) on 12-Mar-2010
Is there a man out there who can satisfy my needs? I am a widow in my early sixties, and I am still young at heart. I am looking for a local man to keep me warm at night. The best way to find me is via the www dateagranny dot com web site - I would rather you find me there than email me directly - I hope you understand. Sylvia x
  
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Check out London Sound Survey by IMR (Member 10239108) on 22-Jul-2009
After love or money? Never mind, have a listen instead to the capital's everyday soundtrack on London Sound Survey:

http://www.soundsurvey.org.uk

Hustlers, beggars, football chants, pub singalongs, wildlife, street preachers, market traders, sound maps of London and lots more. Go there!
  
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What Difference Would Extra Income Make to Your Life ? by David Taylor (Member 10103609) on 30-Dec-2008
Hi

I am looking for people who have experience in the Financial Services, Utilities or Sales Industries. I can offer a good opportunity for those who are prepared to put in effort on a part time basis with a Footsie 250 Plc company to earn a regular residual income for life.

Visit my website www.securityforlife.info for further info... more >>
  
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Karaoke in Hounslow by teichin (Member 10234073) on 21-Dec-2008
FoneStar the place where you can show off your singing talent, or lack of talent to thousands of people across the UK! To get started simply record a song over the phone or have a listen to the current Charts to see who your up against!

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Follow the simple instructions and record your song! You can also ... more >>
  
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Lived in Hounslow from 1948 till 1967 by Robert Jacques (Member 10231620) on 9-Sep-2008
Hi, I'm Robert Jacques, born in Hounslow 1948 and went to Chatsworth Junior School which I loved and later Bulstrode Boys School which I hated. My whole family lived around the district, My grandma in Derby Road just behind Bell Road and me near the Southern Railway Station in Argyle Ave. I loved it there and used to play in the Goods yards, Murray Park, Inwood Park, Hounslow Heath, swam in the to... more >>   
  • Re: Lived in Hounslow from 1948 till 1967 by Bethany Bond (Member 10236450) on 29-Mar-2009
    Hi Robert,

    My name's Bethany Bond & I think that you may have gone to school with/at same time as my father-in-law Garry Bond. Do you remember him?
    If so, I wonder if you could help! My husband and his brothers are arranging a party for his mum & dad's 40th wedding anniversary. As part of the party they are doing This Is Your Life and it would be fantastic if you could remember an anecdote/som... more >>

  • Re: Lived in Hounslow from 1948 till 1967 by Philip Smith (Member 10083815) on 14-Dec-2009
    I was born in Chatsworth Crescent Went to Chatsworth School and the n Bulstrode I hated that school but loved Chatworth School Left in 1965 and went to New Zealand

  • Re: Lived in Hounslow from 1948 till 1967 by Yvonne Butler (Member 10237916) on 27-Jun-2010
    jacques if you say local for generations...my photo gdad built house northhyde near windmill rd back of osterley hse,,,the selling board is jacques estate agent at fence gate 1925

  • Re: Lived in Hounslow from 1948 till 1967 by DS (Member 10287772) on 10-Sep-2013
    I see this is an old post, but I would be interested to locate any of the children who played together in Argyle Avenue in the late 50s and early 60s.I went to Chatsworth and then Spring Grove - I do remember a Robert . . . with a sister ?

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