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Archery Road, looking south-east

Archery Road, looking south-east
c1976-81. View shows Archery Road looking south-east from the junction with St. Mark's Road. Devon Road is the first turning on the left, followed by a row of terraced houses numbered 54 to 46 Archery Road, then the junctions with Blenheim Avenue and Back Blenheim Avenue. Leading off on the right are Archery Place, Back Archery Terrace, Archery Terrace, Back Archery Street, Archery Street and Back Archery Road.

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Beverley Wishart

My Mums family, the HOLTON family left Coventry for Leeds 1938-44 and they lived at 11 Archery Place, Blackmans Lane and the children attended Blenheim School. My Mum went to the local Church and the Minister was Father Figgis who also lived in Archery Place. This web site has been amazing for me to see the area that my Mum loved living in when she was a girl aged 8 to 14. I would love to hear from anyone who remembers the Holton family Eddie Holton, Maureen Holton, Peggy Holton and Ray Holton




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