A Man Of Wolverhampton

Who, in Wolverhampton over the age of 60, has not heard the name of Bert Adey, a sportsman and popular licensee of a once equally known William Butler’s house; the ‘Pear Tree’? Showing some early foresight At the end of the Great War , when making his name as a […]

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The Four Hovels

No. 26 Nursery Street was the house my Grandparents moved to; the end house in the street overlooking an area of the Londes which had been turned into waste ground at the start of the demolition of North Street in the late 1950’s. But for at least 100 years prior […]

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