Memories of Old Henbury

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For a bit of light relief from Coronavirus — here's a lovely piece of Henbury History in the attached file.

Submitted by Parish Councillor Richard Slater, and written by a gentleman called Tom Scragg — recalling his memories on the history of Henbury and Whirley in the 1940's.

Please get in touch if this reminds you of other stories of Old Henbury. We'd love to share them!

PHOTO...Henbury Church Choir Circa: 1950
By kind permission of Margaret Pearson
Alison Richards..2nd row ..5th from Left....Tom's cousin May Vaughan 4th from Left

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