Tony Bryer's personal pages and selected links
got started in computing - It all started with a little ad in the London Evening
- Twickenham history: I lived in Twickenham for my first 55 years and was part of the
Twickenham United Reformed Church (formerly Twickenham Congregational Church) from the
age of six. Over many years I researched the church's history, culminating in the
publication of Chapel Next the Green in 1982. Much of the material in the book
relating to the earlier history of the church, with later research is now on the
- Memories of shopping in the 1960s - assorted
rambling memories of my childhood days.
Photographic memories - memories of taking photos in
the days before digital cameras.
- Some adverts from Tape Recording and Reproduction
Magazine, volume 1, number 1, April 1957
- Working as a volunteer with Habitat for
Humanity: How I'm helping build homes for families in housing need and how a
16-year old selling shoes in Hounslow Co-op found himself, 40+ years later, back behind
the till at Habitat ReStore
History [PDF 250K]: A series of 13 evening services led by Tony Bryer at
Twickenham United Reformed Church between 2004 and 2007 which trace the history of
the church through 2,000 years, each part being accompanied by hymns of the period
being looked at. Most of the information on hymns authors, and composers comes from
the Companion to Rejoice and Sing and Wikipedia.
- Sermons of the life of Abraham preached at
Twickenham United Reformed Church 1999-2002
My best photos on Flickr - mainly of Melbourne.
AROnline When I emigrated I brought very
little with me, just some souvenirs, my DVD collection and 500 books (I got rid -
with huge reluctance - of another 500 before leaving). Among them is a treasured
collection of books relating to the cars of my childhood - not exotica, but down to
earth family cars, the products of BMC, Ford, Rootes and GM. AROnline has a wealth of
information relating to the great days of BMC and its subsequent sad decline.