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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.
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.
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.....