Cannock, Staffordshire
Photos, Maps, Books and Memories

Historic maps of Cannock and the local area, hand-drawn by Ordnance Survey cartographers and Samuel Lewis.

Wonderful Childhood Memories

I lived in Cannock from 1963 to 1970. We lived on the Longford Estate in Leamington Close, we were the first family to live in that house after it was built. I went to Bridgetown Primary School and started year 1 in Calving Hill Comprehensive but we moved back to Scotland before I completed my first year in high ...Read full memory

A memory of Cannock by Agnes Paterson

Church Street

Getting my haircut at Richards Gents hairdressers upstairs in the Coop Building - accessed via a winding staircase and once there a row of Barbers Chairs. The open space of nearby Queens Square with its Fire Station Health Office and the main stopping point for the blue Hednesford to Walsall No 1 Bus Service alonside the Church wall. The Swallow Raincoat factory in one corner..

A memory of Cannock

Wartime Cannock

As a 9-year-old I remember after being bombed out from Birmingham and going to stay with a great-aunt in Heath Hayes (Aunt Polly Ingram) and going to a hall in Cannock and being kitted out with a set of clothes, and being given a doll. I am 78 now.

A memory of Cannock by Sami Whitford