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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More about this scene

The imposing building in the left foreground is home to Lloyd's Bank; it replaced the town's Assembly Rooms in 1900. A little further down, The Plough Hotel, an ancient coaching inn, was demolished to make way for the Regent Arcade shopping mall, which was officially opened by the Princess Royal in 1985.

Other Memories from Cheltenham

Have very fond memories of attending St Paul's between 1975-78. Lovely old building-with corridor names like Pepper Row and Long Gallery. Had men's accommodation up until 1978 with ladies were given the top floor-a revelation at the time.Great times.

This photo is actually Lansdown Road, the hotel on the right, The Lansdown is still active but as a gastro pub with a lovely garden to sit and drink in. Lansdown Place follows on from the hotel on the right and is a lovely row of Regency town houses, most converted into flats by the 1970's and much renovation in the 1980's/90's. On the right is Westal Green, now a Petrol Station. If you go to the left of the ...see more

We were transferred to England in 1953. My father who was in the Air Force at the time hadrented a house on ( I think lansdown circle ) did remember the name ," bleak house " and it was too. Loli was in ins pinafore. Cannot remember who my form teacher was. But do remember miss promos coming onto give us religious instruction. Does any one remember a Pat Winters she.would ...see more

I lived in Brockworth and rode bus into Cheltenham each day to attend Pates, Very happy memories. Now living in Brunswick Maine,USA . Olma Crompton (Sullivan )

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