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BrotherJoybert
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1 of 5  Tue 7th Feb 2012 8:20am  
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http://www.historiccoventry.co.uk/articles/content.php?pg=miss-bashford Many thanks to Rob for publishing, arranging and being so tolerant/patient when correcting my typos! Thumbs up Hope you all enjoy it - some fascinating photographs and tales - including some audio clips.
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Jaytob
Derbyshire
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2 of 5  Tue 7th Feb 2012 9:04am  
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Congratulations to Simon and Rob for two amazing articles. What wonderful memories Miss Bashfiord has shared. The second feature about the 1939 IRA bomb is very moving and a very poignant account. Well done and thank you both for publishing them. Lol
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PhilipInCoventry
Holbrooks
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3 of 5  Tue 7th Feb 2012 9:41am  
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Hi Wave I am in awe of the depth & feeling that oozes out as we read & view the pictures that are alive, even though they are memories. Thank you so much.
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Adrian
UK
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4 of 5  Tue 7th Feb 2012 6:00pm  
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Thank you Brother J for an excellent write up for a lovely lady.
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mayjan
Green Lane,Coventry
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5 of 5  Tue 7th Feb 2012 6:49pm  
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I so enjoyed reading this and looking at the photographs. As my two children attended Stivichall School in the 70s I recognise some of the children and most of the teachers and also remember Barbara Law. I was eagerly looking to see if either of my children were on the photographs but unfortunately not! I recall going to see the production of Oliver and how good it was. I now have a Grandson attending the New Stivchall School which is very nice,however he is leaving this Summer to go to Finham Park,where have those years gone. Thumbs up Smile
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