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Blackbrook St.Mary's R.C. Infants School, Blackbrook Road, next to bridge and canal, opposite Ship Inn. 1960's
Blackbrook, 1960's
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The entrance to the Infant School playground was actually on the canal path to the side . A fascinating place - just next to the bridge - often full of newly spawned minute frogs, lots of small fry fish in the water there - which was then not reeded up like now - and water voles by the dozen. Despite it's position no kid ever drowned at this point - the canal was unfenced and unguarded.
Item added : 24th July 2021
by TB
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