Nuneaton, Newdegate Street c.1945

Nuneaton, Newdegate Street c.1945

Neg. N89009

Memories of Nuneaton

Strolling In The Town

The person in the white macintosh walking towards the camera is myself, Bob Vincent with a friend, Peter Watkins. I lived at 4, Shepperton Street, Chllvers Coton (opposite the Vicarage) and Peter lived in Coton Road close to the Arches. I emigrated  with my family to Perth, Western Australia in 1970. We used to ...Read full memory

A memory of Nuneaton by Robert Vincent

School

My name was Bernadette Conway (Connie). I went to St Josephs RC School in Caldwell. When I left school I worked in a small shop called Worthingtons. I remember shops over the road were Freeman Hardy and Willis, Yoxalls and the Home and Colonial store. I remember the tradgedy at the Co-Op hall, I used to go there on a Saturday ...Read full memory

Re. Search

Hi all, I'm really hoping someone out there can help me. I am trying to find someone who worked in Coventry in the 70's. She did deliveries to a cake shop 19 Acorn Street, Stoke Aldermoor which was for a long time called 'Elaine's bread and cakes' it changed names a few times before that, so it would be great if someone knew the ...Read full memory

A memory of Nuneaton by J Wood

George Eliot's Childhood Home

Griffiths House Hotel was the home of Mary Ann Evans,(George Eliot) She based inher writings on life in Nuneaton. If you know the area well and then read her books you can relate to Nuneaton quite easily. The Work House or the College as it was known, was part of the George Eliot Hospital in College ...Read full memory

A memory of Nuneaton by hcb71225
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