Godfrey, 45 Church Street, Tamworth

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Date:1965 - 1970 (c.)

Description:Mr and Miss Godfrey's Leather and Grunding shop, was on the south side of Church Street. The distinctive wooden Boot Trade sign that can be seen hanging above the shop, is preserved at Tamworth Castle Museum.


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1900s
Middle Entry, Church Street, Tamworth
Middle Entry, Church Street, Tamworth

The original Middle Entry ally, showing the Wheat Sheaf Public House, nextdoor.

1920s
Sarah Dixon, 5 Marshalls Court, Church Street, Tamworth
Sarah Dixon, 5 Marshalls Court, Church Street, Tamworth

Mrs Sarah Dixon pictured with three foster children, Vic Goodwin and two brothers, ...

1950s
North Staffordshire Regiment (Pensioners), St. Editha's Church, Tamworth
North Staffordshire Regiment (Pensioners), St. Editha's Church, Tamworth

A photograph of the North Staffordshire Regiment Pensioners taken outside the west ...

1970s
Electricity showrooms, Church Street, Tamworth
Electricity showrooms, Church Street, Tamworth

The angular design of this building indicates that it was built in the Art Deco ...

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Source: Tamworth Castle Museum

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