Donald Hodson describes his growing family's house-moves within Hatfield.
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 recalls when she was part of a women's group, who gave the Commission their views on New Town housing.
"People have moved into the New Towns, have got the idea that moving is no bad thing and have moved on somewhere else"
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
Valerie Weaving remembers her childhood home
'The day we moved we came on the back of the removal van. '
First Christmas in a new house in new town Hatfield in the late 1950s
Setting up a business in the new town in the late 1950s
Working on the cleanup operation after the 1957 storm damage
Jessie Axford moved to Hatfield in 1956 with her husband, having previously lived in Surrey
Eileen Bull reflects on the reactions of local residents to the new arrivals.
Eileen Bull talks about how people living in the houses around her have moved away over time.
Eileen Bull recalls bringing her son to Hemel Hempstead for the first time and his schooling.
Eileen Bull talks about setting up her new home.
Eileen Bull's first impressions of Hemel Hempstead after she had moved there.
The story of Eileen Bull, who moved to Hemel Hempstead with her husband in 1954.
Una Taber talks about trying to fit in with the Hemel Hempstead locals
Una Taber remembers how she and her family ended up living in Newfield Lane
Una Taber and her husband Leslie moved into a house on Newfield Lane in July 1951, this is her story.