A Grand Spell of Sunshine - The Life and Legacy of Francis FrithA Grand Spell of Sunshine - The Life and Legacy of Francis Frith

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During the reign of Henry IV, the King's army marched around these hills seeking to bring the Welsh patriot Owain Glyndwr to battle. Peaceful Abberley might have become one of the notable battlefields of England and changed the course of history, had not the elusive Glyndwr slipped back across the Welsh Marches.

Other Memories from Abberley

I was brought up in the 70's living in the gorgeous local village pub. I have fond memories playing on my bike in the car park, riding a pony to the village school and running around the grounds of the Saxon church. Not to mention my sleep walking around the village! My mom and dad, Margaret and Tony, loved it there as I did. Great people great times. Maypole dancing and being made to sing in the ...see more

Please let me know if you remember Mr Maude who lived at the Elms for many years. I was told at the time he had been twice Lord Mayor of London. Many thanks in anticipation of a reply. Jayne

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