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The aim of this site is to collect  information in the form of History- Personal Stories- Photographs- Maps  to tell the next generation THE WAY WE WERE

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NEW SPRING STREET 31/05/2017.    Looking for family

ALL SAINTS SCHOOL  Memories and Abbey Street  28/04/2017    

LOOKING FOR OLD FRIENDS OF Gill Deathridge nee Walker. 24/04/2017   

ROSALIE STREET 19/04/2017 from Gill Walker 

CAMDEN STREET 27/03/2017 

BROOKFIELDS SCHOOL  23/02/2017  Enquiry and new photo

ICKNIELD STREET 21/01/2017 TREVENA and GLOVER factory in Icknield Street did you work there or have any photographs?

HINGESTON STREET 10/01/2017  Brookfields Tavern 

NEW SPRING STREET 29/09/2016  William Higgs: A Brookfields Childhood :- An inspirational story we should all think about producing  for our families before it's to late.

 

BROMSGROVE BROOKFIELD FOOTBALL CLUB 29/09/2016

HINGESTION TREET 12/09/2016    Sweet Shop

ALL SAINTS C of E SCHOOL 02/07/2016      Memories from Victor Lee

SPRING HILL (Snooker Hall) 23/04/2016  

NEW SPRING STREET 21/04/2016

 CRABTREE ROAD 20/04/2016   Looking for Jeanette Daniels

HINGESTION STREET 10/03/2016

 

CHECK OUT THE EVACUEES PHOTO PLEASE

FOUR BROOKFIELDS EVACUEES                                                                                                                                        A photo of evacuees from Brookfields during WW2 outside the house in the village of 'YNYSYBWL' in Wales. From left to right are June Day; June Millichamp, Raymond Millichamp and 'Sunny' Day. Photo and information supplied by June King.                                                      

FOUR BROOKFIELDS EVACUEES                                                                                                                                        A photo of evacuees from Brookfields during WW2 outside the house in the village of 'YNYSYBWL' in Wales. From left to right are June Day; June Millichamp, Raymond Millichamp and 'Sunny' Day.

Photo and information supplied by June King.

                                                     

WOULD JUNE OR MAURICE KING GET IN TOUCH WITH LUCY THOMPSON  we don't have your email address. Please read message below.

lucythompson9@hotmail.com                   

I have just seen an updated post on Brookfields site, it is four children evacuated during the war. The picture was sent in by June King, when my mother was young she looked after her husband Maurice King she was in service at the time for his mother. I have photographs of him as a boy with my mother. Please could you ask her to contact me, my mothers name was Gladys Roberts.
Thank you Lucille Thompson nee Roberts.         

 

lucythompson9@hotmail.com



have you got an evacue photo that we could use?

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