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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The Growth of the City CENTRAL BIRMINGHAM , c. 1950 GROWTH OF THE URBAN AREA

    of Aston Park . 86 Lozells , like Nechells , was laid out in close streets of small houses. By 1863 a few streets, on a slightly larger scale, had been marked out immediately south of Aston Park , 87

    Religious History Places of worship

    was sold in 1872 92 for £450. The proceeds were devoted to building a new chapel in Park Road, Aston Park , q.v. 93 Legge Street was subsequently reopened by the Salvation Army. 94 Livery Street chapel was first used

    Economic and Social History Mills RIVERS

    with pools called the Staffordshire and Dove House pools. The Calves Croft mill stood on this stream west of Aston Park . It may have been the blade mill which Ralph Forrest of Deritend, scythesmith, 37 devised to his son-in-law

    Religious History Protestant Nonconformity

    circuit chapels, was placed at the head of a new circuit, out of which was created, in 1888 , Aston Park Circuit, with Lichfield Road chapel at its head. 11 It is possible to distinguish three main stages in the

    Public Education Schools

    Ast on .(27) Became a separate sch. 1945 (see preceding sch.), accom. 440 SB. Accom. for 1 class in Aston Park Congregational Church provided 1950 (21) and for 7 classes at former Aston Hall Road Boys' Sch. 1953.(28) N.o.b. 1961:

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    take mea- slNces wvith the view to induce her Majesty to make her visit to Birm- iams to open Aston Park, also the occasion for attending the first day of the Festival, already fixed for the 31st of August. In Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    little ones. DANGEROUS EXHIBITIONS. Of all the cruel exhibitions that have endangered life, and disgraced the spectators, that at Aston Park seems to. have been the very worst. The poor creature was advanced in pregnancy, and in this state she Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    consequence of an accident to Sir C. Cresswell while riding in the park.* 21.-A female acrobat is killed at Aston Park, Birmingham, by the rope on which she was exhibiting suddenly breaking.* 24.-After a trial of. nine days, at the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bill was agreed to, after a long discussion. TnUnSDAY.-The Earl of MALmESBURY drew attention to The recent accident at Aston Park, and asked if the Government meant to talke any steps to prevent such exhibitions.-Earl GRANVILLE ex- pressed his disapprobation Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    " to go on with the programme, omitting the dangerous parts." The scene of this disaster is that very Aston park which her Majesty deigned to open as a " People's park " five years ago; it is to be Subscribers-only content

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    The one fete of the year

    Vaudeville, Playbills] ASTON PARK, BIRMINGHAM. THE ONE FETE OFThE TEAR •JXJI^"5r Till and «tli, IMO^. M. BLOlDIN ON TKE HIGH AND LO^W HOPE. STEAD, the Original " CUKE" MUST TIM1-; IN BUlMINiaiAM. BAND OF THE GRENADIER GUARDS TJIE FINK BAND Subscribers-only content

 

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