Memories of Bordesley Green

House Number 328

I was born at 328 Cherrywood Road, Bordesly Green, B'ham 9 in 1948. It was my grand parent's house, Albert and Lotte Davis, my mom and dad was Harry Fisher my mom was Phyllis, my sister Joan and myself David. Albert Davis was a foreman plate layer on the railway, my dad was an ex regimental Sergent ...Read full memory

When I Was Young

I was born in Cherrywood Road back in 1956. I was the youngest in the family that originally moved into the road in 1952. My brother still lives there, being a total of 57 years now. Places I remember in the road are the Why Not Inn, Gypsie's Tent (later known as Typsy Gent), Doreen's corner shop, Queenie's shop, ...Read full memory

Cherrywood Road

My Nan lived in Cherrywood Road, number 202, my dad was born there and his three brothers. We lived in Raymond Road until I was 10 years old (1956) then we left the area. I have fond memories of those days, and it makes me sad knowing that Raymond Road has been demolished. My family name was Fisher, anyone remember ...Read full memory

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