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Pedleys was on Coterills Lane, Bert, his wife, daughter Margaret, and his two sisters ran the paper shop. They also lived there. I collected paper money for them. Lovely people. I also came from Tile Cross before living in Cotterills Lane. There was also a chip shop, wool shop, grocers and Hopkins the butcher. The 14 bus would have ...Read full memory
Notes of triple murders. I know lots of hear say but not many facts. I believe it was a mother, her one daughter and then the man took his own life. I have been told the man was having an affair, married one sister, having an affair with the other, got gun from his mate's farm (Cottrils Lane, Dancers Farm) then ...Read full memory
I was a member of 1st Ward End Scouts Group from 1956 until 1971. First known as the 45th Birmingham, they became known as the 34th Birmingham in the late '60s (?) when they merged with the nearby 181. Our headquarters were in Rogers Road. The group is still going today.