Congratulations to Ian Broom of Park Street and runners-up Sara Stringer from Tupsley, Paul Brinkworth from Park Street and George Hill from Moreton in Marsh. George writes: “I lived at 97 Green Street from 1953 until I joined the police service in 1966 and moved into one of the police houses in Vicarage Road. I was married at Saint James church in 1965. Bartonsham area has great memories for me.”
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Tuesday 8th October 7.30 at the Barrels.
Herefordshire Catholics gave sanctuary to 19 Basque children in 1937 after the bombing of Guernica.
The refugees arrived with Josefina Sune, her daughter tells their story.
Info from Saturdays walk, see Topics: History of Eign Sewage Works
Regarding the Patch Marks David referred to in his talk. Here are some Aerial photos provided by a local drone pilot, showing the patch marks .
With reference to Ron Shoesmith's diagram below, from David Whitehead's book. (diagram has been rotated to match the photo)
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