Trip Down Memory Lane

The Fort Road Bakery

About Tilbury November 2007
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This is an article from the About Tilbury Magazine from November 2007. The piece at the end is about the Tilbury Floods. It will be 60 years since the floods on Jan 31st this year.

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  • Harriss the Baker, when i was still at school in the 1940’s, I remember working there, I was the lad who used to ride the trade bicycle behind the horse and cart and help deliver the bread .(West Tilbury and up to the Linford Road via Blue Anchor Lane.)

    By George Richardson (25/05/2013)
  • I remember harriss well my mum would send me to get the bread the smell was so lovely you couldn’t wait to home to eat it so you would pick the crust and have a telling off when you got home it was worth it .We lived at number 1 sydney road my mum and dad had a shop and a dairy on the corner. Elaine Holmes. MBE [nee Templeman / Lane]

    By Elaine Holmes (18/02/2013)
  • My family lived at 4 Shaw Crescent after being bombed out of 40 Kipling Avenue – nearly every day I was dispatched to walk over the field behind Fielding Avenue to the Bakery to fetch a newly baked loaf. In winter it was shoved up my jacket to keep me warm. The bread was delicious and many times I could not resist eating some by burrowing into it when walking home arriving with a great hole in an end..

    By George Watts (03/02/2013)

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