Christine Robinson nee Goodson from Weston-super-Mare, Somerset wrote on 14th September 2017 at 7:01 pm:
I lived in Camden Town since birth, 1951 until 1968 when we moved to another part of London. I went to St Michael's Primary School, was a Brownie and Guide and a member of the choir at St Michael's when Father de Langdale was there. I remember Helen Rouse who has written on this page. Her father was Headteacher until he left and Miss Carpenter became Headteacher. I remember as a Brownie helping on a Saturday cleaning the brass etc in the Church and was told to use lots of elbow grease. I spent ages looking in the cupboard to find it! The honour of carrying the flags once a month, especially the Union Jack was very special. I remember with great affection singing in the choir for many years, earning the medal for good service to wear with our cassock. We used to go over to Bayham Street for breakfast after the Sunday Service. I was baptised and confirmed at St Michael's and when I visit London, I always visit my lovely Church. Sometime ago I purchased on EBay a print of the original interior of St Michael's from The Building News, 8th October 1880 which has pride of place in my home. Such a very special memory of my childhood.