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All Saints' church on the left is a wonderful example of how churches can continue to be houses of worship, while changing their role slightly to suit modern demands. The interior of the church has been recently restored, complete with a coffee shop, and is a wonderful example of just how well modern interpretations of ancient buildings can work.

Memories of Hereford, High Street c1950

Whilst stationed at Credenhill RAF camp in 1953 and again in 1954 I met a lovely young lady at The Hostel one Saturday evening at the dance taking place there. I think the Hostel was demolished some time ago and now new housing stands where we once did our foxtrots, waltzes and quicksteps. Magical times! I loved my RAF days in Hereford. It was a beautiful place and the surrounding ...see more

The man riding his bike in the foreground of the photo is my father, Albert William Smith, aged about 40. The building on the left is All Saints Church.

I had to pass through here every day on my way to and from Hereford High School. This photo is so familiar it isn't funny !! I lived in the army camp officer's quarter's at Bradbury Lines where my stepfather was stationed. I had to make the walk no matter what the weather..sometimes getting home completely frozen or soaked !

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