Has anyone searched into the history of Yardley Wood. I am interested. have many pictures to share
Hi there, we moved from Balsall Heath to 67 Cleeve Road in 1932, and apartHello Indy, welcome to the site, could I suggest that you start a new thread about Yardley Wood and you can put all your pictures and articles on it. You will soon see other members joining in, if you require any help, please contact myself or any of the moderators.
Hi Sue, nice to talk you again, my parents both died while I was in the army, myBernard, the houses were all having new windows fitted - well the council ones anyway - they all had central heating put in a couple of years ago too. My Aunty has lived there for many years now, not sure exactly when she moved in, will check with mom - her name is Ivy Ainge, hubby was George and she had Peter and Judy, both in their 60's now.
Hi Bernard - you wouldn't have the entry for Warstock Road, by any chance?Hi Sue, nice to talk you again, my parents both died while I was in the army, my
brother Ray lived in the house, when i came out I went back there in 1953.
Think my roll is 1950, not sure, bye for now, Bernard.
Hi enclosed - yes, let's see your pictures......https://forum.birminghamhistory.co.uk/showthread.php?t=29963&page=3&highlight=canal+cottage here's a link to another thread about the canal cottage in YW - also, try a search on Happy Valley for more YW info.Has anyone searched into the history of Yardley Wood. I am interested. have many pictures to share
Hi Bernard - you wouldn't have the entry for Warstock Road, by any chance?
Wish I had a pound for everytime I walked down Glastonberry Road, I would beHi all
talking of yardley wood,my gran lived at 156 glastonberry rd during the 40s and early 50s.can any one remember
the local marching band.the billsley arcadians they were called.what happened to them??? Any ideas