Astwood Bank Memories

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It was so interesting to find a few photos of old Astwood Bank on here. I moved to the village when my mother married my step father, Jesse Bradley, in 1964. We lived at 21 High Street and I got a job at the Co-operative grocery store on Evesham Road. The manager then was Harry Pearson and he lived (...Read full memory)

This church is where my grandparents and parents are all buried and opposite my aunt and uncle live. It brings back many family weddings and also when we were home from Africa the services we used to attend here. My father John was a choir boy here and so were my aunt and my grandfather Vic. I can also remember (...Read full memory)