Bulletin 215

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Bill Rudd Collection: Morden shops: Abbotsbury Road (even numbers)

A sequence of three photographs from October 1978 show the full range of shops from no.30 to no.2 with Galmar Sports on the corner with its entrance as no.7 London Road. Unfortunately, over-exposure makes the names of nos.2-6 unreadable.

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Abbotsbury Road (odd numbers)

A sequence from the 1970s starts with a photograph taken from the roof of Woolworths and another from the Co-op roof:

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Bill Rudd Collection: Morden shops: London Road 102-106, 81-117 & Morden Court Parade

There is only one sequence for Nos 102-116, the parade backing onto the Crown House (now Civic Centre) complex, with three photographs from 1995:

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Bill Rudd Collection: Morden shops: Crown Lane

A sequence from the 1970s covers Nos.34-18:

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Bill Rudd Collection: Morden shops: Aberconway Road

There are only three photographs showing 46-38 Aberconway Road, from October 1978, August 1983 and July 1998, plus one photograph of Iceland from September 1995.

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Bill Rudd Collection: Morden shops: London Road 11-63 (odd numbers)

A sequence from 1971 includes a shot taken from the roof of the Co-op:

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Bill Rudd Collection: Morden shops: London Road 2-86 (even numbers)

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Bulletin 214

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If you can’t make sterling payments

We have an arrangement with Di And Saul Books for customers who cannot make sterling payments

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Bulletin 213

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Bulletin 212

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Tooting History Group

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Bulletin 211

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Wandle Industrial Museum events

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GROWING UP ON THE ST HELIER ESTATE 1930–1950: School, Wartime and First Jobs

Albert Smith recalls his wartime childhood on the St Helier Estate Morden, his schooldays, and his first job at Hawes Bros, Morden.

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Bulletin 210

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Museum of London events


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Merton Priory Chapter House


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A Priory Founded: Sheriff Gilbert at Merton


The first complete translation of the contemporary account of the founding of Merton Priory by Gilbert, sheriff of Surrey, together with an introductory essay.

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