Laindon High Road School (THE END )

May/June 2007

By David Merchant

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By Donald Joy
On 15/09/2015

This school was, together with the Laindon Hotel, one of the hubs of Laindon. Is this what it’s all about since the Basildon Development Corporation started to destroy our community, are they so ashamed now of what they have done to our town that they have decided to wipe away any memories left. Hard luck Basildon with sites like this, no chance, your "pillage and carnage" of people's memories and life will be recorded forever.

The very sad thing is it’s still happening why is this being allowed. I now hear that what we always called "the open spaces" is under threat by developers. Is there no way this monster can be stopped. I’m sorry I am too old to worry about saying the wrong thing but who is getting rich from all this carnage, it’s not local people I know. Goodness how I wish I was younger and fitter. 

I am now going through reports on endangered species in and around the "Green Lung" area in the hopes these latest plans to attack the area by the powers that be can be stopped. It’s Great when great great grandkids have ask their mums "what's a bird".

By Gloria Sewell
On 04/03/2012

I intentionally drove to where the school once stood on Tuesday of this week while in the area, and took some photos to send to my brother, who had no idea that the school had been ripped down. Strange how money speaks many languages?

By Brian Baylis
On 28/02/2012

So sad to see out lovely school being demolished. Would be nice if we could have a school reunion for us in our seventies who attended the school in the fifties, before its too late, we seem to have so many memories.

By Jean Pattle
On 09/01/2012

What a terrible shame such a lovely school many happy memories there. We are having school reunion on Saturday 17th September at Laindon Community hall 8pm for those born 1947-53

Editor: There is limit on the numbers so you must contact Paul Gibson on the following numbers to let him know if you wish to attend, as if you just turn up you may be turned away

Day Time 01268 289303 or 07976 283203

By Keith Nock
On 15/09/2011
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