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Memories of growing up in Barton and Tredworth during the war.
Mayor of Barton and Card shop owner
Memories of Tredworth High Street and St James' Church
Gloria Hardwick and Josie Newman
Fond memories of the Barton and Tredworth area
Mr Buckley shares his memories of living in the Barton area, remembering the buildings and places of the 'self-contained' community.
The building of the church and church life, 1888-1940
The site The land on which The Church of the Good Shepherd was built was donated on 1 November 1888 by ...
The purchase of the church by Ukrainian Catholics, 1972-1974
On 2 September 1972, Reverend Stephen Wiwcharuk and Bishop Augustine Hornyak, the Apostolic Exarch for Ukrainian Catholics in ...
The Coat of Arms of the Mock Mayor of Barton
Children's designs at Barton Fair, September 2011
Hidden Lives on BBC Radio Gloucestershire
Adam Fotheringham, Mahmoud Patel and Horton Cameron talk to Pete Wilson about the Hidden Lives project.
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Find out what our contributors think about doing an oral history interview
Memories of St James' Church and Vicarage in the 1960s
A Digital Story by Margie Williams
The Melbourne Street church turning local lives around
Gail Johnson: Chair of the St Ann Society
Based in All Nations Community Centre in Gloucester
Sparkes' Bakery in World War 2
Phil Sparkes passes on his aunt's memories of how his uncle Ken became a baker
Melbourne Street, Wartime gardens, & The Hatherley Works
The origins and site of The Church of the Good Shepherd, 1835-1885
Mr Slater was obviously fond of his gardens too. The map (in which Lower Barton House is indicated by the ...
A journey from Pakistan to become Gloucester's award-winning Ethnic Services Librarian
Still images from the performance at The Picturedrome on 25 February 2012
Michael John Turk
Tredworth Infants' and Junior Schools in World War 2
Attending films at The Picturedrome in the 1930s
Street games in Vauxhall Road
The Trevor Arms
John Thornell remembers the close relationship between The Trevor Arms and Sparkes' Bakery
Growing up as a child from a Jamaican family in Alfred Street
From Naples to Gloucester in the 1950s
Archive images of St James’ School
My great-great grandfather, Henry Kedge, was a teacher (possibly even head teacher?) at St James's school from approximately 1873 until...
Widden Street School 1954
You must have been the year above me, I reconise my friend Wendy Wood 1st row of girls 1st on...
VE Day in Hopewell St
I have no memory of this as I was only a few months old the arrows point to my mum...
My younger years.
Hi, my name is Kathleen Arch nee Greenwood, was always called by my second name which is Jean. The top...
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