ICKNIELD STREET

 

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29th January 2019

A 16-year-old Ladywood girl, Miss Gladys Morgan, 180 Icknield Street, Birmingham, has won the Birmingham pin-up girl competition organised by F. J. B. Theatres at the Aston Hippodrome.

 

She is training to be a dancer and will compete with winners from other cities for the title of Miss England.

 

Fair haired and blue-eyed, she hopes to go on the stage one day.

 

Evening Despatch, Saturday, 19th August 1944

 

 

29th November 2013

The Volcano Snack Bar, 1963

Icknield Street, 1968

 

2nd May 2012

Rees and Felix, Icknield Street

 

186 Icknield Street, 1967

1969

 

Icknield Street School, 1972

1968

 

This photo of Icknield Street shows 203, 204,& behind the lorry 205 and 206 Icknield Street.  

These shops were opposite the Mint. Mrs K. Keogh at 203 was a confectioner; Edna Groves, draper was at 204 and 205-206 Thomas Buffery, furniture dealer.

1967

Outing from the Warstone Inn

The Gate Public House

Stoddard's in Icknield Street

1951

 

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