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Paul Thomas Bevan - an account
Click on the downloadable document below to find out more about a gallant soldier who is commemorated at St James’ ...
Images of traffic at Barton Gates in 1959
These images are taken from back copies of the Citizen held at Gloucestershire Archives, and are reproduced here with the ...
110 High Street, Tredworth
Hi, attached is a picture postcard of my grandfather’s Drug Store with him (tall man) and another man standing in ...
Barton & Tredworth Physical Activity Insight Report
An invitation to the Barton & Tredworth stakeholders session on 24 July
Bethel United church
Picture of Hatherley School slightly blurred but I believe 1907. My mother Edith Tranter b. 10th April 1900 is 2nd from ...
Hatherley Rd School
Hatherley Rd girls July ?1914
Percy Street Tredworth
Moor Street Tredworth
Moor Street, May 19th 1924 the day the River Twyver broke its banks. The house on extreme right is no 24 ...
Barton and Tredworth
The Labour Club
Tredworth Road Infants School 1906
Brook Bond Tea Co.
My life in Tredworth
Dorothy and Pete Evans
Coming to Gloucester and joining the congregation of St James
Invitation to the Barton & Tredworth Stakeholder Meeting
Wednesday 7th September · 6-8pm · City Works, Alfred Street, Gloucester, GL1 4DF · Light refreshments provided A community led meeting bringing organisations together around a common goal; ...
Memories of seeking shelter in the crypt of Christchurch during World War 2
Pauline runs the adult English language course at St James'
First impressions of Tredworth and providing a ministry to the parish of Christchurch
Aline and Krystiam
Attending the St James' English Class
Memories of St James' Church
Memories of bombs dropping and wearing gas masks during World War 2
Her family and attending a class at St James' Church
Little Saints toddlers group and life in Gloucester
Marian Wood, nee Burford
Memories of childhood in Barton and Tredworth
Dear Emma Thank you for your email to the Barton and Tredworth website. Unfortunately our files were weeded at the...
Hello I am currently writing a book about the history of food in Gloucestershire. I would like to reproduce some...
The Picturedrome Theatre
I remember going here as a kid in the early 50's to the ABC Minors on a Saturday Morning
Memories of Widden School and Victoria Street
It couldn't have been Mr Coomer, Sadly the Gentleman committed suicide.
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