Nostalgic memories of Cleeve Hill's local history

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My father was born at 2 Hailes Cottages in 1931. My family live in and around Toddington, Didbrook and Winchcombe. My father was born Leslie Frederick Vallender and adopted by his mother's sister Olive Richings who married Edward Cook (head bellringer at Didbrook Church). My grandfather Edward Cook was a (...Read full memory)

Members of my family were owners of the tea rooms at Cleeve Hill and had connections with the golf club there too. We may have some family connections. I have been to visit the area for family history research but could not find the tea rooms / house. I think it was opposite the Cleeve Hill Hotel. Do you have any more info about the tea rooms that might help?

I've been doing a history project and have recently disovered that some of my family once owned a place called Cosy Corner Tea Lawns. If anyone knows anything else about this place could they please share it with me. Thank you.

Hi, I was hoping some one could help me? I am doing my family history and have come across a photo of my mother's brother taken on Cleeve Hill,  Cheltenham, the address on the picture is as follows: THE COTTAGE C/O FAIRFIELDS EST CLEEVE HILL NEAR CHELTENHAM GLOS. The photo was taken about 1932/3. They lived at this (...Read full memory)