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Recent content by barryf

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    Sweets We Used To Have

    yes I remember those sticks we used to buy the from Hedges the chemist which was situated at five ways Aston in the 1950s
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    The Abbey St Thomas's Grammar/secondary Erdington

    I attended the school from 1963 to 1967 the teachers I remembered include Mr Kennedy, Mr Nash, Mr Byrd, Mr and Mrs Corrigan ,Mr Fanthom and the school secretary was Mrs Kinsella
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    Birmingham City Police 1839 - 1974

    I remember sgt Haywood. He was my sgt when I joined the force in 1973 I was in single men's quarters in Bradford street and my unit was 'D' unit and the watch inspector was INSP Bright my collar number was F171 I have many fond memories of Eric