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It's just funny to have these signs that go everywhere. Yeah, the series is long done, but we'll always have the memories. Don't worry, the shippers got what they wanted in the end.

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Not sure if that any use to u lol..pretty new to this lol. Very kind if You are also related to the Crowhurst family , Roy Crowhurst was a science teacher over malling school /clare park for many years. William Henry Reeves and he was minister of Church Hill Road Baptist Church, Walthamstow, from 1937 to 1947. The stage was at one end of the hall and Don Harvey, the resident organist and compere was at one side of the stage.He kept a daily diary and the war years in Walthamstow are particularly interesting. Over the years, because I was a jazz and folk fan, I seldom went there as although I love live music it wasn’t much to my taste.I have discovered your site and I am wondering if there would be anyone who remembers my father. In 1976, we moved from our three bed overcrowded flat in Priory Court, Walthamstow to a large four bed house in Chingford.Rosemary FREEMAN Hi Consuelo Just a quick response to say that whilst I cannot help with your enquiry I am the grandson of Doris & Eddie Longhurst [Barbara’s son], who lived next door to you at No 22. Take care John HUNT Correction to my previous posting, it was not Kenny who jumped through the skylight or received the camera but Freddie Black. After a few months, early one evening, I saw my next door neighbour, a small charming apparently shy man, loading a keyboard, an amp and leads into his car.During the 60s and 70s Mom worked in the Tower Ballroom on the catering side and she used to get me in to watch the wrestling, my favourites were Cowboy Cassidy with him shooting off his guns as he came into the ring and The Undertakers when all the lights went out and they came in carrying a coffin with just a bell tolling, scary for a lad of about 9 or 10.

When I left school I used to walk part of the way to work with Alan Hinton, can't remember where he worked but I used to work at J W Rains Summer Hill.

The quest to find our one true “person” is always on the forefront of our minds.

It's almost impossible to escape the desire to find our soulmates when rom-coms are flooding our television screens, adorable couples are taking over our Instagram pages and most of our friends are getting engaged or married.

And, because of this, we start to settle for way less than what we deserve.

It's become such a problem that we often forget what it means to have found our one true love — the person we should be spending the rest of our lives with.

When you're up all hours of the night cramming for an exam or trying to meet a work deadline, he'll be right by your side, cheering you on, making your third pot of coffee and rubbing your back when you need a 5-minute break.