Tag Archives: history of Leicester

Reminesence art work – memories of old Leicester

Kristy Johnson, WEA tutor, has been working on a new venture with service users at the South Leicestershire Community Opportunities day centre in Timber Street, South Wigston. Prompted by Second World War artefacts, loaned from Leicestershire Libraries, service users were … Continue reading

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Fond memories of Leicester

WEA tutors have responded to the new website, recalling memories of Leicester en enjoying the opportunity to keep up to date with the 101 branch.Sarah Holland, emailed to how much she liked the new website, ‘showing some very positive work … Continue reading

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Remember Charnwood Street, Leicester?

Do you remember Charnwood Street, Leicester, based in the Highfields area and running from Nedham Street to Spinney Hill Road?  It was demolished in the 1970s.  Before that its shops sold almost everything. For a trip along memory lane, WEA … Continue reading

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