Alcester. Henley Street

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Date:1960 - 1969 (c.)

Description:Cottages in Henley Street, Alcester. The tall chimney on left hand house is No.44. All these buildings, slightly altered, still remain.

["Across Meeting Lane is the hardware shop" - this has been disputed - further checking is required (2021)]


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1900s
Alcester.  Church
Alcester. Church

The Parish Church, Alcester. 1900s

1920s
Alcester.  Church fete
Alcester. Church fete

A stall at Alcester church fete in the Rectory Garden. Circa 1925.

1930s
Alcester.  Church Street
Alcester. Church Street

Half timbered shops in Church Street, Alcester. 1938.

1960s
Alcester.  Church Street
Alcester. Church Street

Church Street, Alcester, showing the bakers shop and cafe of Joan Goss. 1930s

1980s
Alcester.  Tomb of Sir Hamilton Seymour
Alcester. Tomb of Sir Hamilton Seymour

The tomb of Sir Hamilton Seymour in St Nicholas church, Alcester. 1980s

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