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Memories of Worfield

I remember going to the Mexican gardens at Worfield, I'm sure they were owned by Sir Oliver Lees and there was a Mexican band.

Do you remember the Tomlinsons who lived at Bradney Farm and moved down to live at Hillside? I worked at the mushroom sheds in the summer of 1953, while I was waiting to start nursing at Moxley Hospital. Margaret Evans (nee Tomlinson).

During 1956/57 my parents lived at Oldington, off the Bridgnorth road and my local school was at Worfield. I was 6 years old at the time and attended the school there with my older cousins, Olive, Micheal and Alan Woodifled.  We were picked up by the bus at the top of the lane and it chugged its smoky way down to (...Read full memory)

As a child in the 1960s I recall being taken to a Colonel's (or Major's) cacti gardens in Worfield. It was quite an affair as I recall. I also recall when the owner died he insisted the whole place was destroyed - the cactus burnt etc.  Can anyone recall this? I have googled, but nothing pops up.

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