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Herefordshire Living Memories

Herefordshire Living Memories

The photo 'Pembridge, St Mary's Church c1960' appears in this book.

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St Mary's church is best known for its most unusual detached three-storey belfry. It dates from the 13th century and has an octagonal ground floor with the upper floors supported on four posts, each of which is a single tree-trunk.

An extract from Herefordshire Living Memories.

Other Memories from Pembridge

I was born in 1960 at Glanarrow Cottages, Bridge St. All my early memories are of a happy childhood. I can remember the deep snow of 1963, when I opened the back door it seemed that the snow was halfway up it!!! I can also remember the last steam train going through the station, I was sat on the bonnet of my granddad's A40 at the station, a sad day indeed. School was a good place, Mr & Mrs Aston along ...see more

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