Monthly Archives: January 2016

Early iron age Barclodiad y Gawres

The Giantess’ Apron (in English) This was a Neolithic grave for local people in Anglesea (Ynys Mon) which is about 2500 to 3000 BC old. It was built without any metal tools, and constructed at the same time as the … Continue reading

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Weoley Castle Carol service

The Carol service was kindly rescued from oblivion by our new hardware shop in Beckbury road – DENNINGS ! Thanks to them from all the children in the Weoley Castle area who come from each one of the four nearby … Continue reading

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A cannon ball that hit Aston Hall

See the carefully polished hole in the banisters that show how the battle of Aston Hall is remembered. Parliamentary Soldiers from Coventry attacked the hall which was defended by Royalist troops in 1643. There was a massacre of these men … Continue reading

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New VC heroes remembrance

Acknowledgement of the Heroes of our City is supported by the Westside BID and now we have these wonderful memorials outside the Hall of Memory. That means that children who come to see the centre can view their brave predecessors. … Continue reading

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