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    Default Mossley Hill - general area.

    Sudley Art Gallery.



    Pulling out of the car park, a girl ran out in front of me and I nearly bowled the silly maiden over, ahem... which brings me to my next pic of a local cricket match going on facing Sudley House.


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    Question Butterflies

    My memories of Sudley Hall involved lots of butterflies with pins stuck in them... Lots and lots of them...

    I like the new inside look and layout, but what happened to all of those butterfies?

    I also used to fly model planes (not very sucessfully) on Holt's field (next to the cricket pitch - same view), but I think that stopped because of noise complaints (early 60's).

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    I loved going to this grand old house I lived very close off Holmefield Road, and took my dog to the field where they are playing cricket,it is a lovely area.

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    Quote Originally Posted by squiggs View Post
    I loved going to this grand old house I lived very close off Holmefield Road, and took my dog to the field where they are playing cricket,it is a lovely area.
    Thanks, Squiggs. I have a lot of early memories of Sudley and Holt's Field, and both have featured in a number of poems of mine.

    Ged, I loved your Sudley and Holt's Field photographs . . . wonderful work!

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    When I go out for a cycle ride and want to go the shops, I go to Mossley Hill and I'm there lots anyway when I go the gym.

    Went to Sudley House last year, lovely building which I shall have to take a photo of next time.

    Most of the houses around North Mossley Hill road are lovely too.
    Gididi Gididi Goo.

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    lovely thread, remember beautifully carved ships, shrunken heads, gobsmacking paintings and exploring the (then) abandoned outbuildings which always seemed to smell of ****

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