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Group Members Ascend Grove Hill

Following our meeting in the Old Swan on Sept 22, some group members climbed to the top of Grove Hill - some of them for the first time in around 70 years. The beech tree is in good condition and the views from the summit of the hill are quite magnificent. Some beech nuts were recovered and it is hoped that they can be germinated.
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Hopley Beginnings

Pauline Blakemore has shared this photo of William Hopley, b 1870. He married Susannah Jones of the Royal Oak and so began a long association of the Hopley name with that public house.
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The Lost Lake of Stonnall
The Stonnall Mysteries
The Mystery of the Hill Fort
The Lost Chapel of St Peter
The Lost Lanes of Stonnall
Memories of Old Stonnall
Stonnall in the Old Days
The Stonnall Tree
Micky the Vicarage Cat
My Time in Stonnall
Rev James Downes
St Peter's Church

Burntwood Family History
The Borough Blog
Tamworth Time Hikes