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We also used to go to the Reservoir to collect frog spawn, Saturday morning was always reserved for Saturday Matinee at the Edgbaston Cinema, Roy Rogers, Flash Gordon etc etc, and then run home on the imaginary horse, chased by Indians, strange you always seemed to run faster if you slapped your backside.
I sadly regret that I didn't take any photographs of the shop, or other small businesses at that time, as we were living nearby, in that area. I have so many happy memories of Ladywood, there was always something to do - usually mischief.
Regards My wife was born in 1930 at 67 Marroway Street, the home of her grandparents, Alfred and Matilda Quiney, also the premises of Rudge Brown, coal merchants to industry, for whom Alfred was caretaker, stableman and coal deliverer.
When my wife was 12 months old, however, her parents got their first house on the new council estate in Northfield.
I have remembered a few more bits and found a few more photo's, Mrs. Trigg used to throw the rubber at everyone, don't know if they were married, Miss Mc Loughlin was the headmistress.
There was a lad called Kenny, that lived up the entry next to 48 Clark Street, his dad kept a couple of greyhounds.