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    Lodge Rd Hockley (the Flat)

    Here is a pic showing a Boarded up Yarnolds
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    Lodge Rd Hockley (the Flat)

    Next to Alans was a shop called Glarry's. I don't know what they sold.
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    Lodge Rd Hockley (the Flat)

    Next to Alans was a shop called Glarry's. I don't know what they sold.
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    St Mary's School Wills Street

    Hi Lyn, he would have lived in either Park Rd or Whitmore St. I remember him saying he hated it at that school. The reason he was a Roman Catholic was because his father died just before he was born otherwise he would have been christened C of E, but his mother remarried to a Roman Catholic.
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    Cross Guns,pub And The Marquis Of Lorne

    Phils pic of Shannons is actually the old Tipsy Gent on Bordesley Green.
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    Lodge Rd Hockley (the Flat)

    Doubt if you will find one Lyn, I have been looking for years. I seem to remember that you walked down some steps to get to it, I was only a kid at the time but I believe it changed into a laundrette, mid to late 50's. It was on the same side as the Pentecostal, but I can't remember whereabouts.
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    Graham Paul Webb

    I couldn't find the link to Grahams tribute in The Mail so I tried to take a pic with my mobile. Not the best of pictures but it was the best I could do.
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    Graham Paul Webb

    Well done the Birmingham Mail, in todays issue there is a 2 page spread on Graham Webb. Tried to find the article online but I can't.
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    Graham Paul Webb

    I would like to add my condolences. I met him the once at a forum meet up, the 60's night. Shame that Birmingham council did'nt recognise all his achievements. May he foever R.I.P. For those who never knew of him and his achievements, look here.....
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    In the garden 2013 - 2018

    I am not sure now whether it is an Adonis or Holly Blue ? This is the underside of an Adonis Blue, similar to your picture....The Holly Blue seems to be more white.
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    In the garden 2013 - 2018

    Just done a search on Google and it looks like an Adonis Blue. https://butterfly-conservation.org/50/identify-a-butterfly.html
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    abbey street...hockley

    Couple of pics here of Abbey St.
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    Heaton St Hockley

    Two pictures of the Flat and one of Tims in Key Hill (note, established 1863) was this shop pre-Nortons?
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    Park Road Hockley

    So the houses your rellies lived in are shown is this picture about where the lampost is. By the 2 cars.
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    Park Road Hockley

    Peg, not quite, I am not very good at this, but I have tried to do a diagram the best I could. Hopefully it will show you as it was. The map image shows the yard I lived in, coloured green. Terry
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