Abbots Bromley, The Market Place c.1955

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Caption for Abbots Bromley, the Market Place c1955: There are quite a few old, half-timbered buildings still extant in the village, but perhaps the most interesting is the old market house, which can be seen on the left of the picture. It is not the half-timbered building, but the open-sided structure.

An extract from Staffordshire Photographic Memories.

Memories of Abbots Bromley


Myself and my husband Tony were landlords of the Goats Head from July 1976 till October 1991. Memories of the Horn Dance, me and the barmaids dressed as serving wenches, also we had bar-b-ques in the garden and folk groups playing in the pub, also joining in with the dancers. Those's horns are very (...Read full memory)

My twin & I attended The School of S.Mary & S. Anne in Abbots Bromley from 1960-1968; two younger sisters joined us later. Swimming lessons took place in this unheated outdoor pool during the summer term. I well remember divesting our warm uniforms, in the covered changing room alongside the pool, (...Read full memory)

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Caption for Abbots Bromley, the Market Place c1955: There are quite a few old, half-timbered buildings still extant in the village, but perhaps the most interesting is the old market house, which can be seen on the left of the picture. It is not the half-timbered building, but the open-sided structure.

An extract from Staffordshire Photographic Memories.

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