Phyliss Coomber recalls her thoughts, at the time, about her new home.
Phyliss Coomber remembers her move from Wembley and working at Rolls Razor.
Nellie Black remembers how the Adeyfield community found their minister, and his kind acts.
Gwen Marshall recalls her thoughts on the development of the Hemel Hempstead New Town.
Eileen Waite remembers when she first moved to Hemel Hempstead.
Derek Townsend remembers the impact that the New Town development had
Derek Townsend recalls the local reaction to the New Town announcement
Derek Townsend remembers the interesting events leading up to the New Towns announcement
Tony Frost recalls the Queen's visit
Tony Frost remembers the changes made to the local landscape by the New Towns
Meg McCourt describes Tile Kiln Lane when she moved into her brand new house in 1956
Meg McCourt recalls the new houses built around her in Tile Kiln Lane
Meg McCourt remembers buying her house in Hemel Hempstead
Why Meg McCourt chose to return to England and settle in Hemel Hempstead
Valerie Weaving talks about the local shops she can recall and her letter to Father Christmas
Valerie Weaving recalls the reason for her family's move
Valerie Weaving remembers her childhood home
Una Taber remembers the Queen's visit to Hemel Hempstead
Una Taber recalls her husband Leslie's work schedule and the jobs she had after caring for her children
Una Taber reflects on how she found her new surroundings when she moved in and what she thinks of Hemel Hempstead today
Una Taber recalls how she watched parts of the New Town being built around her
Tony and Sonia Waterton remember Hemel Hempstead hosting a visit from Queen Elizabeth II
Tony and Sonia Waterton recall the issues facing local first time buyers wanting homes in Hemel Hempstead, compared to how easy the process was for the 'New Towners'
Tony and Sonia Waterton relate the problems they had trying to secure a home in Hemel Hempstead