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Lower High Street - a Memory of Wordsley.

This picture is taken from the junction of Kinver Street and is looking up towards Church Street on the top left. At the bottom right is the Rose and Crown pub (Davenports house) next to which was a shop that sold everything and I think belonged to the Randalls. After that was the Hall (like a village hall) and then the church land started. On the left and out of shot was a butchers, a bank, a chemist (window showing by cars), a Co-op and a bakery. In front of the white house (Conservative Club ?) ran a lane which went to the bullring of Mount Road where I spent some of my time as a boy. John Lampitt

A memory shared by John Lampitt on Jun 19th, 2008. Send John Lampitt a message

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