ny historic account of a town could never be considered complete without involving the memories of those who lived there. In these pages I hope you will enjoy the memories and anecdotes kindly shared with us by visitors to this website, to whom I am immensely grateful.
If you have any memories or tales of old Coventry that you would like to see published here, please feel free to contact me, and very soon you can have a webpage here of your own!
The Art School, Ford Street, remembered by Liz BaylySchoolday memories of Pauline BearcockLittle Park Street & Spon Street, by Mick BillingsVoyage on the Queen Mary with Cecilia CargillSchoolboy fun around town with Patrick CaseyDunlop Rugby Union Club, by Lorraine ClarkeThe Life of Riley, by Ron CritchlowPre-war memories of Norman CohenWartime memories of Wyken, by Alan EdgsonWar and Workplace memories of Mike Fitzpatrick1940s & 50s remembered, by Ken GilesWorld War Two memories of James HillA selection of 1940s and 50s memories, by Rod JoycePictures of a Coventry ancestry, by Lesleigh KardolusInnocence, by John LaneA plane crash over Exhall, by John LaneGrowing up in Willenhall, by Josie Lisowski-LovePost-War memories of Keith LongmoreThe thoughts of a younger Coventrian, by Paul MartinGrowing up in Hillfields, by Jan MayoWinter before central-heating in Hillfields, by Jan MayoViewing the Blitz from Birmingham, by Mavis MonkFamily memories of Eric OverEarly working days of Barry PageBand life with Derick ParsonsExperiences of the Coventry Blitz, by Joan PowellWar-time memories of Brian RichardsWar-time memories of Jeanne RichardsCoventry Remembered, by Andrew RossThe Coventry outings of Brian Rowstron & familyTime Gentlemen Please! - Jo Shepherd's FamilyThe life experiences of Mike SpellacyHumber Works photographs of Peter ThackerEarly Coventry memories of Lizzie TomlinsonPost-war decades remembered, by Mike TyzackFireman Frank Walduck, remembered by Peter WalduckEarly memories of Coventry, by Muriel WellsFamily memories of Burt West
Another website that you might like to visit is www.coventrymemories.co.uk, which is a wonderful resource, and another place where you can share your reminiscences of Coventry with the world.