Forehill house, "That's it Alan", thanks, for your unlimited knowledge about my time scale Birmingham. paul
[h=5]Birmingham City Council has 20 Children's Homes that work with children and young people.[/h]In addition, there are six Children's Homes for children with disabilities and one home known that is a Community Home with Education (CH(E)).HI BOB ;
Many thanks for your input on this thread regarding the homes of birmingham especaly church lane; because my mother and aunt edith whom was my fathers sister from prk street aston use to work at that one for years ; i just wonder now just how many of these home excist today in brum have you any idea
I am sure this will be good for paul to read and ctch up n his research and may be other memberswill be intrested best wishes astonan alan;;
Hello I'm a newbie. I don't no much about my dads history his parents names I never like to ask those questions as he was at shenley fields most of his young and teenage life through the war, he was born 1937 his name is Eric Luke if anyone out there knows that name id be so great full to see pictures or hear stories of friends. I await in excitement for a replythanks for that photo of shenley fields carolina...im sure my aunt said that that is where she was sent to after her parents both died...will check it with her
The sister I am searching for was in Shenley Fields all through the 1950s.Hi Rowan,
I was there between 1949 and 1953,my last 'class teacher' was Miss Skivington,was also taught by Mr Pullen.