Cringing Cult of Celebrity in Abbey Wood, Greater London*
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Cringing Cult of Celebrity
- Bernard Keeffe. Internationally known COnductor, television and radio personaiity. Former codebreaker in Japanese at Bletchey Park. Born in McLeod Road 1925. Went to Bostall Lane School(ALexander McLeod1930 -1936)and then to St Olave's GS, Tower Bridge (by train each day) and then Clare College Cambridge. Father was organist at St Benet's RC Church.
- Is Abbey Wood really as bad as that you had a few celebs in the old days Steve Davis the snooker player was one and Kate Bush.The nice part of Abbey Wood is from Basildon Rd to Crumpsall St and Bostall Hill to Abbey Wood Rd mainly the Old Co- Op housing area.The railway line seperates the good the bad and the ugly talking of that youll find that chap Moxley is now on http://www.geocities.com/carsboats/page1.html You still have some nice woods in Abbey Wood area but then of course you have no people living in there to let it down.
- why would any cleb want to live in a shit whole like this.
- If you want to find out what has happened to TERRY MOXLEY clickon www.terrymoxley.hostnp.com I think its the same one?
- The snooker player, Steve Davis
- Whatever happened to Terry Moxley I think he was the only celeb we ever had ex draughtsman,ex car dealer,ex hair salon owner,ex entrepreneur,owner of some very swish motor yachts and cars,last known as male model and small part filmstar lived in Abbey Wood from the age of 3, in Dahlia Rd,Crumsall St, Bostall Hill.Harrow Manorway before the council changed it to Wilton Rd but I believe moved down to the Heart of Kent before the rot set in..IS Abbey Wood really as bad as it says here,it used to be a lovely place to live before the council built on the marshes the only people that lived on the marshes before were the romany gypses water rats and the sewer works employees..
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Last updated: 2008-08-09
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