My mother was sent away to boarding school in 1921, when she was eight years old. For various reasons, she could not go home (to Cardiff) during the ...Read full memory
My dad informs me that my grandad ran George Mason's in Rugeley for many years. His name was Thomas Parsons and he lived in a large house with my nan, Lillian along the ...Read full memory
I have great memories of Jackhills toyshop on the Horsefair in the seventies. I used to love going in there and it was the first stop to spend birthday or Christmas money, (usually ...Read full memory
I was born in Rugeley. I first lived in Green Lane near the corner of Hageley Road. The old houses have been demolished, there is town houses now on the site. I then moved to Attlee ...Read full memory
My memory of Rugeley was going to town and having fish and chips from Florie's chipshop in Brook Street, they were the best I have ever tasted. Wrapped in newspaper with fish bits in there too, those were the days.
I used to visit my Bailey family, they lived on the Pear Tree estate, I stayed with my nan and grandad Bailey in Great Haywood. The fish and chips from Lower Brook Street were the very best, the years between 1953-56.
The secret love between Mr G and Miss W.
I was born and lived at Longdon Green. I started work at West Cannock Colliery No.5 in 1951. I used to cycle to Rugeley every morning and store my bicycle in Jack Hill's shop doorway ...Read full memory
Can you please help me? I'm trying to find any photos or info about the Parish House in Rugeley town.
My family (the Millers) lived in Hillary Crest on the Pear Tree Estate. Dad, Bill, was an electrician in the mine (possibly Coppice). He also had a 2nd job at the Pub at the ...Read full memory
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