Lower Moor maps
Historic maps of Lower Moor and the local area, hand-drawn by Ordnance Survey and Samuel Lewis. View all Lower Moor maps
Lower Moor photos
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Lower Moor area books
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Memories of Lower Moor
My Mother's Memories
My mother who is 93 this year and very much alive and kicking is descended from the Cropthorne Dingleys. She spent much of her early childhood and teenage years before ww2 with her family in Cropthorne. She has such vivid memories of the area and even remembers many names of the local people. If anyone knows how her anecdotal history might somehow be archived, please do let me know.
Morris Family Millers
My ancestors were millers in this area and one of my gt gt uncles was living at Cropthorne Mill on the 1881 census, his father, my gt gt grandfather, was at Northway Mill in Ashchurch. It's lovely to see what these places were like.
Hampton Ferry The Green Bungalow
I lived in the green bunglow at the Huxley caravan site in about 1953. My mother's name was Barbara Buxton and dads name was Roy Buxton. Dad has now passed away but my mother is now 83 and lives in a residenial home in Plymouth, Devon. I think dad worked as a caravan builder somewhere by Harvington. I sometimes visit Hampton with my husband and would love to know or contact the people who now have the the green bungalow on the Huxley site. Lynda -chris wood
Our grandparents live in Chipping Campden. When we lived in Worcester we would drive through Pershore on the way there. As a young child I used to acknowledge the little flags which were hung on string in between the buildings on either side of the high street.
My Home For 25 Years
I am Arthur Bridge's stepdaugher and first came to the Manor when I was 7yrs old, back in the 60's and lived there until I was 31. I have a photo of the building when it was a private house and I knew who lived there. I can tell you loads about the place.
Growing up ..........
I was only 4 years old when this photo was taken but clearly remember WALKING across the frozen river to it with my dad and sister 3 years later in 1963 from my granddad's garden, which is almost opposite the weir, which is next to the lock .....
RAF Camp Pershore
I lived in Pershore in the 1950s as my dad was based at the RAF camp there. I went to Pershore Infants then the Junior School. Headmaster was Mr. Goodyear. The school was near the Abbey - I remember it well!