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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There are some famous monuments in the church at Bromsgrove, many decorated with effigies and informative inscriptions. Amongst the earliest is the table tomb of Sir Humphrey Stafford of Grafton, who died in 1450 during Jack Cade's rebellion. Shakespeare, who probably visited Bromsgrove, depicted Stafford's end in 'Henry VI' Part II.

Other Memories from Bromsgrove

I trained to teach at Shenstone new College 1971-1975 (inc B.ED) I loved it. I would love to hear from anyone who remembers times with me at the college and find out what they are doing now

Next to Wise's was Mrs Simmonds toy shop, then a drapers, then my Aunts' Fish & Chip shop - Plante's. Further on was a greengrocers, then my favourite shop, Smith's cake shop!

Added 19 February 2015
I left in 1956 and my name was Tyers !!

MY grandad and grandma used to run The George. They were Reg and Edith Astley. I was brought up there with my mum and dad, Pat and Sheila. Mum was a barmaid there with my Aunty Eunice. If any one remembers them , or has any photos, particularly of the interior, please get in touch at : mail@gordonastley.com

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