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It only costs £12 a year to receive 4 copies of In Our Age a year (group and residential homes £30).
Contact us or write to us at Herefordshire Lore, Castle Green Pavilion, Castle Green, Hereford, HR1 2NW
Here it is! Issue 37 with telephonist Beryl Farr gracing the front page. Inside railway driver Johnny 'Breck' Davies, Rotherwas factory girls Esme Fosbery and Pat Gwynne, landlady at The Commercial Joan Davies and more on jazz musician Jeff Nuttall.
Find out how Bromyard boy Neil Wells and Hereford postman William Charles came to die at Gallipoli with the Australian forces in World War One and 'Grandad' Exall relaxed after the night shift baking at Sid Tucks in South Street (a glass of scrumpy from The Bell in Etnam Street).
And above all, keep sending your memories and photos in.
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Hot Off The Press! Our New Booklet: 'MILK', the first in our Little Herefordshire Histories is available at £4 plus 60p p&p
Out now! A newly revised copy of 'In The Munitions' is available at £10 plus £2.50 p&p
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All sales go to support the work of Herefordshire Lore.
Herefordshire Lore has been collecting, publishing and archiving people's recollections since 1989. Herefordshire Lore works to remember, celebrate and record Herefordshire's past history before it is lost with passing generations. It is run by a group of volunteers who design, plan and gain funding for projects.
A diverse range of resources have been published including the quarterly 'In Our Age' and our latest book 'A Slap of the Hand'. A related 'Teaching Pack' is also available on this web site. Our thanks go to our many contributors and funders especially the Heritage Lottery Fund.