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Caption for Bewdley, The River C1938: Boats from further down the river generally do not reach Bewdley, although there is a statutory right of navigation. The rowing skiffs are as much activity as you are likely to see today. The houses here are very prone to flooding when rainwater from the Welsh mountains comes cascading down the river.

An extract from Canals and Waterways.

Memories of Bewdley

I lived in Button Oak during 1942/43 and worked in the Wyre Forest for 'Bob' Harris who was the Forester. Along with two of my mates, Denis Mills and Hubert Till, I made frequent trips into Bewdley to go to the pictures or get my hair cut. The cinema was just over the bridge (is it still there?) and we left our bikes for (...Read full memory)

It would have been during the War that I recall visiting my aunt Norah and uncle Charles Fernihough at their farm, . The Liveridge, Ribbesford, Bewdley. My dad, Aunt Norah's brother, would take me, periodically on the Midland Red bus from Birmingham for a day visit. It was wonderful! From the time we got off the bus in (...Read full memory)

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