Search found 5 matches

by thebufferuk
22 Jul 2012 14:02
Forum: Town Museum & Gallery
Topic: Taylors Lane / Rowland Grove
Replies: 12
Views: 8607

Re: Taylors Lane / Rowland Grove

Michael many thanks for sharing this image I'd forgotten those steps but can remember the bare boards and sawdust inside, I still have on my keyring to this day a Watney's Red Barrel that Mr Scrobie gave me, your kind response is much appreciated.
Malcolm R
by thebufferuk
8 Jul 2012 15:20
Forum: Town Museum & Gallery
Topic: Taylors Lane / Rowland Grove
Replies: 12
Views: 8607

Taylors Lane / Rowland Grove

Help needed, I'm looking to obtain a photograph or two of Taylors Lane in or around Scrobies and St Phillips Church Hall and also of Rowland Grove, my mother was born at 35 Wells Road and also lived with her parents at the top of Rowland Grove on the right (37 I think) she also lived at 33 Taylors l...
by thebufferuk
11 Jun 2012 20:03
Forum: Town Museum & Gallery
Topic: 2 Church Halls previously at the top of Taylor's Lane?
Replies: 21
Views: 26865

Re: 2 Church Halls previously at the top of Taylor's Lane?

Just for reference should it be of interest, there were three town houses between Scrobies and the church hall in Taylors Lane. The middle town house was No. 33 and where my family lived until moved out in 1969.
by thebufferuk
7 May 2012 20:13
Forum: Town Museum & Gallery
Topic: Wells Park Road shops
Replies: 22
Views: 24629

Re: Wells Park Road shops

Thanks for the confirmation, I was only ten when we had to move out due the clearance; I went to St Phillips infants and then onto St Barts the area is important to me as my mother was born in 35 Wells Road (1922) where her Gran lived, her mother married at St Barts and worked in one of the big hous...
by thebufferuk
6 May 2012 23:02
Forum: Town Museum & Gallery
Topic: Wells Park Road shops
Replies: 22
Views: 24629

Re: Wells Park Road shops

You probably already have the answer to the question about but if I'm not mistaken the picture has been taken looking up Wells Road (Wells Park Road) towards Wells Park. The building that you mention as being in the middle is actually St Phillips Primary school with the cottages that fronted Wells R...