Memories of Tewkesbury
Does anyone remember reams of toilet paper hanging from one of the hanging baskets for a few days one year back in the 80's?? That was me, I threw the potty out of the window because I didn't like the smell! he he. Me and my family lived here in the 80's and ran it as a restaurant, we managed to make it into the ...Read full memory
As a family living in the Black Country, we used to go out every Sunday in the summer with our (doings), as mom used to call them. In fact that was a camping gas stove to boil a kettle so we could have a cup of tea with our picnic. Dad seemed to know his way about everywhere or its seemed everywhere. Probably due to the ...Read full memory
My grandfather William Allen and grandmother Florence Allen ran Allen & Bros Grocers during the Second World War, with William's brother Carradine Allen. They lived in Oldbury House with their daughter (my mother) and my great aunt, Lydia Dennis. After my grandfather died in 1958 the family moved to Priors Park where ...Read full memory
I visited this town in 2010. Had morning tea in a cafe in the High St.