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Caption for Kington, View From Bradnor Hill C1955: Amongst the many hills that can be seen from the summit of Bradnor Hill, Hergest Ridge lies towards the south west. This is a name that will be familiar to fans of Mike Oldfield's music and it is easy to see how this countryside could inspire anyone.

An extract from Herefordshire Living Memories.

Memories of Kington

Hi, I am researching my fathers family tree and in 1939 it shows their address as being The Old Shop, Kington. The names are Arthur John Deakins, Martha Jane Deakins (my grandparents) and Thomas George Deakins (my father who would have been 13 yrs old then). If anyone has any old photographs of the Old Shop around (...Read full memory)

i started at lady hawkins when it first opened in 1962, every thing smelt new and looked bright and shiny. it was like going into a huge new adventure with apprehension and butterflies in my tummy. i soon settled in and made some really good friends. i spent three happy years there and left in 1965. although (...Read full memory)

This photo shows my grandmother, Gwen Langston (1891 - 1963), with Mickey who was an Irish Terrier.

Hi,does anyone know the people that lived at 25 Church Street, Kington in the 1950's as they are relatives of my mother. Would be grateful for a reply. Surnames of Turner or Warren... maybe? Kind regards, Clare

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