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CYCLISTS! IFYOU are an experienced cyclist, if you are taking up ci=! , rt no matter whether it be for

CYCLISTS! IFYOU are an experienced cyclist, if you are taking up ci=! , rt no matter whether it be for

work or pleasure you appreciate the large range of quality cycles In our showrooms YOU WILL FIND GENT'S and LADIES' MODELS, Including RALEIGH. 8.5. A., HERCULES and SUNBEAM productions, Boys' and Girls' Junior Models, Fairy Cycles, Tricycles, etc. We have a complete stock of Acc
28 February 1941 - Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette - London, London, England
 
RRARDS CROSS. CHALFOI, DENHAM AND DISTRICT

RRARDS CROSS. CHALFOI, DENHAM AND DISTRICT

RRARDS CROSS. CHALFOI , DENHAM AND DISTRICT the Best Selection of Houses. Fiats and Building Sites Apply ETHERINGTON SECRET'''. F.A.L. Surveyors and Estate Agents . GERRARDS CROSS, and at Ealing. W 5 Telephones. Gerrards Cross 2094 Ealing 2648 Rents Collected and Property efficie
07 February 1941 - Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette - London, London, England
 
PRAISE FOR WOMEN'S VOLUNTARY SERVICES

PRAISE FOR WOMEN'S VOLUNTARY SERVICES

LADY READING, chairman of the Women's Voluntary Services for Civil Defence, visited Wembley on Tuesday and addressed a meeting of sub-group 6C of the organisation, held at the Wembley Town Hall. Lady Craig, county organiser for 'Middlesex, presided over a large gathering, which
07 February 1941 - Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette - London, London, England
 
HARLINGTON

HARLINGTON

Exchange of Pulpits.—On Sundayl afternoon there will be exchange of pulpits between the Rev. R. J. Vaughan. Christ Church, and the Rev. F. A Taylor, Baptist Church. Sunday School Treat—The scholars of the Baptist Church Senior Sunday School. numbering 140. had their annual treat
07 February 1941 - Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette - London, London, England
 
BOARD RESIDENCE

BOARD RESIDENCE

ACCOMMODATION wanted for elderly couple; bedroom and sitting-room with board; on bus route: Gerrards Cross district. Apply Colliers. Chalfont St. Peter. Ulml BOARD -RESIDENCE. with some attendance. desired by elderly couple. wife partial invalid; Denham or district.—Please state
28 February 1941 - Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette - London, London, England
 

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A Gerrards op

.. T~ FIREMAN E. H. LINE. who recently resigned from Amersham Fire Brigade. had an adventurous career in fire fighting. Although he ioined the brigade 20 years ago. Ma experience dates prior to that. as before he enrolled he used to serve as a pumper on the old manual engine. On
28 February 1941 - Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette - London, London, England
 
CHALFONT ST. GILES

CHALFONT ST. GILES

Lecture.—Arranged by the British! Social Hygiene Council, Dr. Sybil %elsh gave a lecture to women atl Home Farm yesterday afternoon. Cycles Without lights.—At Beaconsfield on Tuesday. Rona Alderton and Kathleen Bergh, of "Fairview." Lon-I don-road, were fined 10s. each tort ridi
28 February 1941 - Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette - London, London, England
 
'MANOR

'MANOR

T HERE are twenty-two items Inl all but several refer to the same! property—particularly to Murdons —Pasture land situated at Icken'ham Green. and meadows called White Butts lying between the two of the common fields (off West End-road). There are also ' three in Latin dated 160
28 February 1941 - Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette - London, London, England
 
PINNER

PINNER

First Climb of Christ, Scientist. 'Rim Park-road. Pinner. Services: Sunday. 11 and 5.30: Sunday School. 11: testimony meeting. Wednesday. 3. Reading Room open week-days. II a.m. to dusk. Utc Admiralty Dockyards at Chatham, Portsmouth. Devonport use thousands of Evans Fire Exting
28 February 1941 - Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette - London, London, England
 
Loved His Work

Loved His Work

He loved h 1 work, his trade,' and through it he served the community and carried out the will , of God. It should be said of him, too, that he retained, out of oldworld commerce, one of its lovely things and kept it fresh to the last hour of his service, namely a fine dovotion
28 February 1941 - Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette - London, London, England