Church House Farm was a large white building nestled neath the shadows of the great Yew trees that bordered the graveyard of All Saints Church, Shelsley Beauchamp, the other ...Read full memory
The shop that was operated by my grandmother at New Mill Bridge was home to me and my family during the Second World War. It was a haven where the madness of the ...Read full memory
My father worked at this farm 1940 -1941. I have found a letter of reference written and signed by a Wm Lionel Moore, The Church House, ...Read full memory
When I used to come down to Shelsley I used to stay with my Nan at New Mill Bridge until she sold the shop and moved to Birmingham where she stayed with her eldest daughter May ...Read full memory
During the Second World War my parents, my sister and I moved from Birmingham to stay with my paternal grandparents at New Mill Bridge wher my grandmother ...Read full memory
When my parents, my sister Maureen and I moved from Edgbaston, Birmingham to live with my paternal grandparents Harriet and Samual Cook at the General ...Read full memory
Has anyone any memory of this place? I would like to know where it was in Shelsey Walsh. Any info would be gratefully appreciated.
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