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Worcester Photographic Memories

Worcester Photographic Memories

The photo 'Worcester, the Junction of Rivers Teme and Severn 1906' appears in this book.

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Caption for Worcester, The Junction Of Rivers Teme And Severn 1906: The River Teme rises in the Kerry Hills of Radnorshire and flows through 75 miles of beautiful countryside before it meets the River Severn just south of Worcester. The Battle of Powick Bridge took place nearby in 1642 and, more importantly, much of the action of the Battle of Worcester in 1651 took place on and around this site.

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Memories of Worcester

My Grandmother, Edith Joyce Gummery, who was born in Tibberton near Worcestor was a volunteer nurse during WWI and I have an entire autograph album of hers where wounded soldiers who were housed at Battenhall Lodge signed her book.

My family lived in Lavender Road from 1958, then Tower Road till 2007, and we have been in walking distance of the park till now (2013). We have had many hours of enjoyment there and our two children spent many hours in the park where they made many friends.The original paddling pool where our son learnt to swim has been (...Read full memory)

My Grandad Dick Skan owned the shop next to the bank. It was a tobacconist / sweet shop and you can just see the sign on the left hand side of the photo. I have memories of sitting on a high wooden stool eating toffees when visiting my grandparents, probably in the late 1960s /1970s.

This photo shows my mother, Thelma Simcock aged about 11. I have the identical postcard! I am unsure who the adult is, but probably her father. She had three sisters, so I think it shows one of them beside the adult. They lived in Cripplegate House, seen at the far end of the park. Her mother, Beatrice (...Read full memory)

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