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This is the personal story of a cockney lad who knew life on the Isle of Dogs in London's Docklands during the 1930s. After the Blitz his family moved to Boreham Wood just before its expansion with post war overspill housing estates.
A pictorial history at the turn of the millennium where many of the buildings have now changed or disappeared
Life in Borehamwood in the 20s and 30s between the wars for a young girl growing up in the Hertfordshire countryside
50 years of studio memories from Paul who has worked in Elstree all his life and indeed was instrumental in saving the studios in the late 80s and early 90s
The story of Elstree’s unique connection with the pre-Scouting movement and the early Scouts of the 1st Elstree Troop
A potted history of the 1st Elstree Scout Group from 1908 to 1983
The story of a young Londoner rehoused with his family in Boreham Wood in 1952 just as the area was expanding with an influx of bombed-out Blitz survivors. He follows Boreham Wood’s growth in the 50s and 60s
Childhood memories of Boreham Wood Village life through the eyes of a small boy whose family was so greatly affected by the events of the Second World War
A light-hearted look at Paul’s quest to be on TV via game and quiz shows, and the consequences
The story of Shenley Aerodrome and its role in the First World War
The story of All Saints’ Parish Church in Shenley Road, Borehamwood.
The story of All Saints’ Church and the growth of Boreham Wood
The story of the original Village Hall in Boreham Wood replaced by the new library and the Elstree & Borehamwood Museum
John Cartledge with Teddy
Teddy's Trails are a network of 18 self-guided cross-country routes promoted by Elstree and Borehamwood Town Council and named after the fox terrier whose love of country walks inspired them. Each starts and ends at Elstree & Borehamwood station, with an outward leg by bus. They range in length from about 3 miles to about 8.
A rarely seen documentary from 1952, narrated by Richard Todd, telling the story of Elstree Studios and the films, stars and background technicians
The story of the six film studios in Borehamwood from 1914 onwards
Keyring in the shape of a clapperboard to celebrate the film memories of Elstree and Borehamwood
A smooth-flowing red ball-point pen engraved with the Museum's name and website
A beige hard-wearing cloth tote bag for over-the-shoulder carrying shopping and books purchased from the Museum. Features the new red Museum logo.