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HANLEY LANE NP16 7JH & 7JK

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HANLEY LANE: NP16 7JK

HANLEY LANE: NP16 7JK
  

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HANLEY LANE: NP16 7JK
 
Boughspring Barn, CLICK HERE
Hanley Lane, Boughspring, Chepstow NP16 7JH
Detached, Freehold, 4 Beds, 1 Baths, 3 Receps 

Un-Named 01, 
HANLEY LANE – CLICK HERE 

1 Hanley Lane,
Boughspring, Chepstow NP16 7JH
Semi-detached, Freehold, 3 Beds, 2 Baths, 2 Receps
Last sale: £58,950 Sale date: 29th Jun 1998
Zoopla Estimate
£523,322

2 Hanley Lane
NP16 7JH

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BOUGHSPRING BARN, Hanley Lane

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BOUGHSPRING BARN, Hanley Lane, NP16 7JH

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Property details for Boughspring Barn, Hanley Lane, Boughspring, Chepstow NP16 7JH

Detached house, Freehold, 4 Beds, 1 Bath, 2 Receps Edit
Recently sold: £620,000 – Sold on: 17th Feb 2017

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    £630,000
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    31,800 (5.3%)
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    £1,800 pcm
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  • Value range
    £617,000 – £643,000
  • Rental range
    £1,600 – £2,050 pcm

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name value
Mortgage 1,340
Insurance 15
Energy 138
Council Tax 305
Water 51

£1,849 Monthly total

Energy Gas £68 Electricity £70 Estimated energy cost £138/mo (£1,651/yr)

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Property type: Detached house | Tenure: Freehold | Last sale: £620,000 | Sale date: 17th Feb 2017

This 4 bed freehold detached house is located at Boughspring Barn, Hanley Lane, Boughspring, Chepstow NP16 7JH and has an estimated current value of £630,000. Hanley Lane has 3 properties on it with a average current value of £627,841, compared to an average property value of £311,741 for NP16. There has been 1 property sale on Hanley Lane, NP16 over the last 5 years with an average house price paid of £620,000 and this detached house was last sold on 17th Feb 2017 for £620,000. There are currently 115 houses and flats for sale in NP16 with an average asking price of £486,553 and 19 homes to rent in NP16 with an average asking rent of £185 pw.

Property history

Property history Boughspring Barn, Hanley Lane, Tidenham, Chepstow NP16

Previously listed for sale on 7th Mar 2016 for £629,950

4 bed detached house

Property history of Boughspring Barn, Hanley Lane, Boughspring, Chepstow NP16 7JH

* characterful detached property * picturesque setting with views to river severn * four double bedrooms, master with jack & jill en-suite * spacious living room leading to conservatory * formal dining * kitchen breakfast room * detached 1 bedroom …

See details for Boughspring Barn, Hanley Lane, Boughspring, Chepstow NP16 7JH when it was last marketed:

Property history of Boughspring Barn, Hanley Lane, Boughspring, Chepstow NP16 7JH, 7th Mar 2016

Previously listed for sale on 7th Mar 2016
£629,950 4 bed detached house

4 bed detached house for sale in Boughspring Barn, Hanley Lane, Tidenham, Chepstow

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 Property info

Property description

* characterful detached property
* picturesque setting with views to river severn
* four double bedrooms, master with jack & jill en-suite
* spacious living room leading to conservatory
* formal dining
* kitchen breakfast room
* detached 1 bedroom annexe with en-suite
* set in around 3 acres of gardens and grounds
* sought after residential location
* potential for attic conversion (partially converted requires staircase for access)
* viewing highly recommended
* energy efficiency rating – E

description
Boughspring Barn offers spacious family accommodation with this stone faced detached build situated in a picturesque rural setting with gardens and grounds of around 3 acres and fantastic views to the River Severn and surrounding countryside. The property briefly comprises a spacious reception hall giving access to large living room with feature fireplace and wood burner, access to conservatory maximising surrounding views, a separate formal dining room with dual aspect, kitchen/breakfast room, ground floor w.C. And utility room. To the first floor are four double bedrooms, the master of which benefits from jack and jill en-suite, also utilised as family bathroom. The property also benefits from a partially converted attic space, with a generous circulation area with good head height, one window, offering a fantastic potential for conversion with the necessary consent. Outside the property benefits from one and a half acres of formal ornamental gardens with a further one and a half acres of grounds. Also set in the grounds is a stone faced detached annexe with reception hall, w.C., living dining room and kitchenette as well as double bedroom with en-suite, which could also be utilised as a holiday let. There is also a garage, again which is stone faced, with power, lighting and water supply. Being situated in the sought after location of Tidenham, a number of facilities are close at hand to include local farm shop, primary and secondary schools in nearby Woolaston and Chepstow. There are a further range of facilities in Chepstow to include pubs, restaurants, doctors and dentists. Being situated near the A48, the M4 and M48 motorway networks are close at hand, bringing Gloucester, Newport, Cardiff and Bristol within easy commuting distance.

Entrance

ground floor: 7.44m (24’5′) x 2.79m (9’2′)

reception hall
With upvc double glazed front door and double glazed window to front elevation. Solid wood block flooring. Exposed timber beams. One double panelled radiator. Access to first floor.

Living room 5.41m (17’9′) x 5.31m (17’5′)
A spacious reception room with solid wood block flooring, exposed timber beams. Feature stone fireplace, multi-fuel burner. Upvc double glazed window to front elevation. One double panelled radiator. Access to conservatory via upvc double glazed sliding door.

Living room view 2

conservatory
A upvc double glazed conservatory with rendered plinth. Ceramic tiled flooring. Fantastic views towards River Severn and surrounding countryside. Upvc French doors leading to gardens.

View from conservatory

dining room 5.33m (17’6′) x 4.83m (15’10’)
Also accessed from reception hall with upvc double glazed windows to front and rear elevations. Exposed timber beams. Two double panelled radiators.

Ground floor W.C.
Comprising a white suite to include low lever lever flush w.C., pedestal wash hand basin with chrome double taps. Part ceramic tiled walls. Ceramic tiled flooring. Upvc double glazed window to side elevation.

Kitchen/breakfast room 5.69m (18’8′) x 5.00m (16’5′) max. ‘L’ shape
Appointed with a matching range of base and eye level storage units with granite effect work tops. Integrated high level oven and grill. Space for dishwasher and fridge freezer. Inset five ring gas hob. Multi-fuel burner linked to hot water. One and a half bowl and drainer sink, chrome mixer tap. Ceramic tiled splashbacks. Porcelain tiled flooring. Timber glazed double doors leading to rear lobby/utility area. Two upvc double glazed windows to side elevation. One double panelled radiator.

Kitchen/breakfast room view 2

rear lobby/utility area
With ceramic tiled flooring. Oil fired boiler. Timber glazed door to gardens. Window to rear elevation.

First floor stairs and landing
Open landing space with access to all bedrooms and family bathroom. Upvc double glazed window to rear elevation, one to side. Two loft access points. Airing cupboard. (Please note the loft space has a window on each gable end with good head height with fantastic potential for conversion, subject to the necessary planning permission, with the landing able to occupy another staircase.)

master bedroom 5.41m (17’9′) x 5.33m (17’6′) exc. Fitted wardrobe
A spacious master with a range of fitted wardrobes. Upvc double glazed window to side elevation, one to front with fantastic views. One single panelled radiator. Access to Jack and Jill en-suite.

Jack and jill en-suite
Accessed from master bedroom and landing. Comprising a white suite to include low level dual push button flush w.C. And wash hand basin with chrome mixer tap set into corner vanity unit with mirror and light over. Panelled bath with chrome mixer tap and shower attachment. Double shower cubicle with chrome mains fed shower. Part ceramic tiled walls. Ceramic tiled flooring. Chrome heated towel rail Upvc double glazed window to side elevation. Spotlighting.

Bedroom 2 5.33m (17’6′) x 3.81m (12’6′)
A generous double room with upvc double glazed windows to front and rear elevations. One single panelled radiator.

Bedroom 3 4.98m (16’4′) x 3.00m (9’10’) max. ‘L’ shape
A double room with upvc double glazed windows to side and rear elevations. One single panelled radiator.

Bedroom 4 3.76m (12’4′) x 3.73m (12’3′) max. ‘L’ shape
Currently utilised as study with over stairs void storage cupboard. Upvc double glazed window to side elevation with fantastic views.

Outside
The property is approached via gravel driveway with stonework pillars and gated access, leading to large parking area. The gardens are laid to lawn with a number of mature shrubs and trees with three natural ponds as well as large woodland area to the rear. The formal gardens approach one and a half acres with a further one and a half acres of field, accessed via five bar gate, also with water supply. Large store shed and poly tunnel to remain(Please note poly tunnel cover needs replacing), again with water supply. Also situated in the grounds are a detached annexe and garage.

Gardens view 2

gardens view 3

view from garden

annexe
The annexe briefly comprises a stonework faced build with reception hall, w.C., open plan living/dining room with vaulted ceilings, kitchenette, a double bedroom again with vaulted ceilings and access to en-suite.

Reception hall
With quarry tiled flooring giving access to w.C. And living/dining room.

W.C.

Comprising a white suite to include low level lever flush w.C., pedestal wash hand basin with chrome double taps. Part ceramic tiled walls. Quarry tiled flooring. Timber glazed window to side elevation.

Living/dining room 5.38m (17’8′) x 3.17m (10’5′)
With vaulted ceiling. Exposed timber beams. Feature fireplace. Timber double glazed sliding door to front paviour terrace. Electric storage heating. Access to kitchenette.

Living/dining room view 2

kitchenette 2.16m (7’1′) x 1.27m (4’2′)
Appointed with a range of base and eye level storage units with space for cooker and fridge. Stainless steel one bowl and drainer sink. Chrome mixer tap. Ceramic tiled splashbacks and ceramic tiled flooring. Timber glazed window to side.

Bedroom 3.38m (11’1′) x 3.23m (10’7′)
A double room with vaulted ceiling, exposed timber beams. Timber glazed window to front elevation. Storage into loft/eaves. Access to en-suite.

En-suite
A suite comprising low level lever flush w.C., pedestal wash hand basin with chrome mixer tap. Shower cubicle, fully tiled with electric shower. Part ceramic tiled walls. Ceramic tiled flooring. Electric chrome heated towel rail. Airing cupboard.

Garage
Attached to the annexe is a garage with timber doors. Power, lighting and water supply. Mezzanine floor for further storage.

Directions
From our Chepstow office, proceed along the A48 in the direction of Lydney, taking the left hand turn immediately after Hanley Farm Shop. Proceed along this lane and the property is around 3/4 of a mile on the right hand side.

Services
Oil fired central heating linked with wood burner for hot water and heating. Septic tank. Mains water and electricity.

 

Tenure – freehold

You are recommended to have this verified by your legal advisors at your earliest convenience.

 

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Eric Lewis of Rosemary Lane At School in 1926 is now 95

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Eric Lewis of Rosemary Lane At School in 1926 is now 95..

Eight years on Memory Lane

Wednesday, 13 May 2015

•Eric Lewis.

•Eric Lewis.


A POEM based on memories of growing up in Stroat has seen the light of day after eight years.

Eric Lewis wrote A Trip Down Memory Lane in 2007 but it was only two weeks ago the final verse ‘came to him’.

Mr Lewis, who is 95, moved to Luton in Bedfordshire in 1946 after a friend told him there was work available in the town. He had just returned from a few months in Canada where he went after leaving the army at the end of World War Two.

Mr Lewis settled in the town and went on to get married and have two children, six grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.

He said: “A Trip Down Memory Lane is about my memories of growing up in Stroat and although I wrote it eight years ago I have never been able to complete the final verse until the lines came to me a couple of weeks ago.

“I was reciting the poem while sat in the chair at home and it literally just came to me, I was so pleased.

“The standard of education in our little school was exceptionally high. We learned a bit about practically everything. I like to think of my poem as a tribute to ‘our governess’ Mrs Baldwin. She was very strict but very fair and also kind. She taught me mental arithmetic and that stood me in good stead in later life.”

He added: “My heart has never left the Forest of Dean.”

Mr Lewis is currently learning Spanish and set himself the goal of singing several songs at his 95th birthday party in front of around 40 people.

His elderly sister Cath still lives in the family home in Stroat.

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A TRIP DOWN MEMORY LANE

By W Eric Lewis

I sit in my chair and close my eyes,
And take a trip down memory lane,
And once again I am a boy,
With n’er an ache or pain.

And I walk to the top of Rosemary Lane,
On a glorious summer morn,
And I pass a spot so dear to me,
Rose Cottage, where I was born.

I pass the little grey stone school,
Where I learned to read and write,
Mrs Baldwin was our governess,
She gave us homework every night.

She taught us how to show respect,
And never answer back,
And if you really misbehaved,
With the cane you got a whack.

And I walked to the church at Tidenham Chase,
Where on Sunday we went to pray,
And I visit the little churchyard,
Where at rest our parents lay.

And I walk across the common,
Where decreed in bygone days,
That folk were allowed to put,
Their animals out to graze.

I see the new ferns springing up,
They’ll grow so green and tall,
But soon they’ll turn to bracken,
For bedding in the fall.
I’ll walk past broom and gorse and heather,
And here and there I’ll see a hole,
Where long ago some folk had dug,
To find some outcropped coal.

I’ll sit on a rock by the “Beacon Ash”,
Near to ancient fir trees,
I’ll feel the warmth of the early sun,
And the kiss of a westerly breeze.

And I’ll gaze at the vast panorama,
Spread out before my eyes,
I’ll see the Cotswolds in the distance,
Where the horizon meets the skies.

Down below I see “Sabrina”,
With her treacherous rapid tide,
I’ll see black seaweed covered rocks,
And sand banks long and wide.

Tall ships plied the river once,
Despite the dangerous sands,
Bringing wheat and many other things,
From distant, far off lands.

War came in nineteen thirty-nine,
And we served in foreign parts,
But this land between two rivers,
Was ever in our hearts.

Now back down memory lane I’ll go,
Not in sadness or in sorrow,
If all goes well, I’ll sit in my chair,
And do it again tomorrow.

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Here is a rather earlier picture of Eric Lewis:

Tidenham Chase School 1926

Tidenham Chase School 1926

Courtesy of:  Jo Watkins.

Hat tip to SunGreen.co.UK

Jo wrote (Jan 2008): “Tidenham Chase School taken between 1924 and 1926. My mother, Phyllis Tamplin is the teacher.”

Row 4: 1 Lil Parker, 2 Nellie Guest, 3 ? Osbourne, 4 Dorothy Blunt, 5 ? English, 6 Les Adams.

Row 3: 1 Wilf Prosser, 2, 3, 4, 5 Reg Lewis, 6 ? Burrows, 7 Ken Bounds.

Row 2: 1 (teacher Phylis Tamplin, 2 Eileen Fryer, 3 Queenie English, 4 Joe English, 5 Evelyn (“Queen”) Knight (married George Evans), 6 Linda Ravenhill, 7 Iris Haines, 8 Queenie Tyrell, 9 Jack Guest.

Row 1: 1 Luin knight, 2 ? Burrows, 3 George Evans, 4 Cyril Jones, 5 Eric Lewis, 6 George Haines, 7 Tommy Birch.

The board says “Chase in Tidenham Infant Class St. I II” Thanks also to Luin Knight. Some children from the West side of Woolaston (Ashwell Lodge, Gumstalls) walked to Chase School

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Rosemary Lane, Stroat – Blocked By Lorry!

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Rosemary Lane, Stroat – Blocked By Lorry!

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Lorry blocks
Rosemary Lane,
Stroat

•The lorry stuck in Rosemary Lane, Stroat.


A NARROW lane was blocked after a lorry got stuck when the driver followed advice from a sat-nav device.

A sign has been put at the junction of Rosemary Lane and the A48 in Stroat warning drivers of large vehicles not to use the single track road.

The articulated lorry from the Midlands got stuck last Thursday (April 9) and was eventually removed the following day.

A resident, who did not wish to be named, said: “The lorry caused considerable damage to verges, walls, trees and dislodged rocks which in turn caused serious damage to the underside of a van.

“The lorry was travelling up Rosemary Lane despite the road sign saying unsuitable for HGVs.

“The incident was witnessed by several residents – the driver was heard to say it was not his fault it was his sat-nav.”

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Severn Salmon Fishing From Stroat

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Severn Salmon Fishing From Stroat

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Severn’s last salmon fisherman says the authorities will drive him out of business as he faces court for catching one fish too many 

  • Nigel Mott has been fishing with traditional basket traps since the 1970s
  • Livelihood was thrown into doubt by 2012 Environment Agency diktat
  • 71-year-old argued he could not get by catching just 30 salmon a season
  • Challenged the ruling by presenting 31st fish to EA and was prosecuted
  • High Court ruled in his favour but case will now go to Court of Appeal
  • Nigel, of Stroat, Gloucestershire, argues his ‘putcher’ traps have  minimal impact on salmon levels in the Severn as fish can easily swim past them

The last salmon fisherman on the River Severn is embroiled in a legal battle with the Environment Agency – after catching just a single fish too many.

Nigel Mott, 71, has been catching salmon in traditional basket traps since the 1970s and once netted up to 600 fish a year worth £100 each.

But his livelihood was thrown into doubt in 2012 when the Environment Agency ruled that no individual fisherman could land more than 30 in a season.

Nigel Mott is the last remaining commercial salmon fisherman on the River Severn and claims it is impossible for him to make a living if he is restricted to catching just 30 fish in a season

Nigel Mott is the last remaining commercial salmon fisherman on the River Severn and claims it is impossible for him to make a living if he is restricted to catching just 30 fish in a season

The River Severn. Nigel's home in Stroat, Gloucestershire, is around six miles from the town of Lydney, off which he fishes. The 71-year-old used to catch up to 600 salmon a year worth £100 each 

The River Severn. Nigel’s home in Stroat, Gloucestershire, is around six miles from the town of Lydney, off which he fishes. The 71-year-old used to catch up to 600 salmon a year worth £100 each 

Defiant Nigel continued to use his putcher rank – an array of 650 basket-like traps – and hit the quota in just 26 days.

As a protest he presented his 31st fish to the local Environment Agency office – and was duly prosecuted.

He won his case but the agency has now announced plans to appeal the decision.

Nigel said: ‘When I caught the 30th fish, I rang them up and told them I was going to fish in excess of the 30 – I even brought them my 31st fish.

‘They seized my fish and warned me of a prosecution – which is exactly what I wanted because I was very anxious to get my evidence before a court.’

The Environment Agency introduced the new quotas amid fears that the salmon population in the Severn was dangerously low.

Nigel, of Stroat, Gloucestershire, has won his case, but must face another hearing in the Court of Appeal

Nigel, of Stroat, Gloucestershire, has won his case, but must face another hearing in the Court of Appeal

After catching his 31st fish Nigel was prosecuted for breaching his licence and the case was heard at the High Court in London in February.

Nigel, of Stroat, Gloucestershire, argued that the unreasonably low quota threatened his livelihood and would put him out of business.

He claims his form of fishing has minimal impact on salmon in the Severn, as his putchers stretch out just a couple of hundred metres from the riverbank.

That leaves a mile of open water for the fish to swim past his cages, he argued, allowing plenty of space.

Despite winning the case his legal battle still shows no signs of ending as the Environment Agency has vowed to take it to the Court of Appeal.

A spokesman said: ‘Although the judge has at this stage ruled in Mr Mott’s favour, we will be seeking leave to appeal to the Court of Appeal.

‘All of these sites are designated to protect salmon, and these populations are currently under threat.

‘We impose restrictions on salmon fishing for all fisheries in these areas because of the need to protect the designated habitats and fisheries.’

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Chase School, Rosemary Lane

Posted by Greg Lance - Watkins (Greg_L-W) on 09/03/2015

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Hi,

my thanks to G.K. Davis who has, and does, host the pictures, which are attributed to him, on his web site @ SunGreen.co.UK and to those who provided them to him.

I would much appreciate any other photographs of the school, or if you can help provide any missing names.

I am also currently looking for ANY old photographs of Stroat, or the people who have lived here, over the years – with details of which houses they lived in etc. Right up to the present time.

Also any stories and anecdotes of people or events pertaining to Stroat – The more comprehensive this site can be made for those who live in Stroat or have lived here in the past the more interesting it will become to them and also to visitors and those with a passing interest in the hamlet.

The site will in time increasingly become a memorial and In Memoriam to those who have passed, giving a touchstone to the history of both the hamlet and the immediate area.

Sadly, for want of recording the facts, we bury our history at every funeral, death takes memories to the grave that are of value to the future!

Your help in any way would be appreciated, particularly if you can provide other picturef of classes at the school or at the moment the names of the 1925 class below. Thank you to anyone who can help.

PICTURED & IDENTIFIED SO FAR: (at Chase School, Rosemary Lane)

ADAMS, Les
ADAMS, Rosemary
ANDREWS, Ronald
BALL, Bert
BALL, Mary
BETTERINGE, Bessie
BETTERIDGE, Ella
BETTERIDGE, Stewart
BIRCH, Tommy
BLUNT, Connie
BLUNT, Dorothy
BOUNDS, Allan
BOUNDS, Betty
BOUNDS, Dorothy
BOUNDS, John
BOUNDS, Ken
BOUNDS, Margaret
BREND, Ivy (Teacher)
BRYANT, Les
BURROWS, ?
DAVIES, Audrey
DAVIES, Edgar
DAVIES, Ernest
DAVIES< Gracie
DAVIES, John
DAVIES, Norman
DAVIES, Olive
DAVIS, Jean
DAVIS, John
DAWE, George
DORRINGTON, Les
DUFF, Peter
ENGLISH,
ENGLISH, Eileen
ENGLISH, Ernie
ENGLISH, Joe
ENGLISH, Queenie
ENGLISH, Ted
ENGLISH, Violet
EVANS, George
FRYER, Eileen
GUEST, Bill
GUEST, Jack
GUEST, Nellie
HAINES, Audrey
HAINES, Bill
HAINES, George
HAINES, Gladys
HAINES, Iris
HAINES, Phyllis
HAINES, Tom
HILL, Trevor
JAMES, Desmond
JONES, Cyril
JONES, Gordon
JONES Ken
JONES Reg
JONES, Violet
KELLY, Joyce
KNIGHT, Evelyn ‘Queen’
KNIGHT, Luin
LEWIS, Cath
LEWIS, Eric
LEWIS, Frances
LEWIS, Herbert
LEWIS, Hilda
LEWIS, Mary
LEWIS, Reg
MURPHY, Bryan
MURPHY, Rosie
OSBOURNE, ?
PARKER, Lil
PHIPPS, Joan
PICKETT, ?
PROSSER, Ellen
PROSSER, Wilf
PUGH, Violet
RAVENHILL, Ken
RAVENHILL, Linda
RAVENHILL, Violet
REEKS, Phyllis
SMITH, Nancy
TAMPLIN, Phyllis (Teacher)
TYRELL, Charlie
TYRELL, Joe
TYRELL, Nelson
TYRE, ?
VOYCE, Tom
WILKINS, Daisy

Do you know any details about ANY of the above, birthdates, where are they now, who did they marry, children, parents, where did they live, are they still alive – any other photos etc.?

Tidenham Chase C of E School 1936

A photo of pupils at Tidenham Chase school in 1936

Courtesy of: Mrs Audrey Vaughan. Uploaded: April 2015

Hat tip to SunGreen.co.UK

Back Row (L-R): Herbert Lewis, Ronald Andrews, Tom Voyce, John Davis,
Bryan Murphy, Ernie English, Gordon Jones.
Middle Row (L-R): Betty Bounds, Mary Ball, Joan Phipps, Violet Ravenhill,
Audrey Davies, Rosie Murphy, Jean Davis, The teacher is Ivy Brend.
Front Row (L-R): Gracie Davies, Audrey Hames, Bert Ball, Norman Davies,
Eileen English, Margaret Bounds.

The photo was taken by the Scholastic Souvenir Co. Ltd., Blackpool.

Chase School 1933-1934

A photo of pupils od Chase School 1933-1934

Courtesy of: Mrs A Vaughan.

Hat tip to SunGreen.co.UK

Chase School (Tidenham) c. 1933-1934 Back (L-R) Charlie Tyrrell , Les Jones, Ken Ravenhill, Mary Lewis, Violet Ravenhill, Olive Davies. Middle: Ted English, John Davies (High Hall Farm), Ellen Prosser, Cath Lewis, Rosemary Adams, Violet English, Desmond James, Allan Bounds, Tom Haines.

Front (L-R) Edgar Davies, Ernest Davies, Jim Voyce, Reg Jones, John Bounds, Joyce Kelly, Hilda Lewis.


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Tidenham Chase School 1926

Tidenham Chase School 1926

Courtesy of:  Jo Watkins.

Hat tip to SunGreen.co.UK

Jo wrote (Jan 2008): “Tidenham Chase School taken between 1924 and 1926. My mother, Phyllis Tamplin is the teacher.” Row 4: 1 Lil Parker, 2 Nellie Guest, 3 ? Osbourne, 4 Dorothy Blunt, 5 ? English, 6 Les Adams. Row 3: 1 Wilf Prosser, 2, 3, 4, 5 Reg Lewis, 6 ? Burrows, 7 Ken Bounds. Row 2: 1 (teacher Phylis Tamplin, 2 Eileen Fryer, 3 Queenie English, 4 Joe English, 5 Evelyn (“Queen”) Knight (married George Evans), 6 Linda Ravenhill, 7 Iris Haines, 8 Queenie Tyrell, 9 Jack Guest. Row 1: 1 Luin knight, 2 ? Burrows, 3 George Evans, 4 Cyril Jones, 5 Eric Lewis, 6 George Haines, 7 Tommy Birch. The board says “Chase in Tidenham Infant Class St. I II” Thanks also to Luin Knight. Some children from the West side of Woolaston (Ashwell Lodge, Gumstalls) walked to Chase School


Tidenham Chase School c 1925

Chase School 1925

Courtesy of: Jo Watkins.

Hat tip to SunGreen.co.UK

A photo of pupils taken about 1925 at Tidenham Chase School. Row 5: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. Row 4: 1 (teacher), 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 Phyllis Tamplin (teacher). Row 3: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 Row 2: (all seated) 1, 2, 3 , 4 , 5, 6, 7, 8. Row 1: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 . Miss Phillips

Miss Phillips of Tidenham Chase c 1924
Hat tip to SunGreen.co.UK
Jo Watkins added::
“My mother, Phyllis Tamplin, lodged with her when teaching at the Chase School”.


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Tidenham Chase School c 1924

Tidenham Chase School

Courtesy of:  Jo Watkins. Uploaded:

Hat tip to SunGreen.co.UK

Jo thinks that this photo of Tidenham Chase School was taken around 1924.

Row 4: Stewart Betteridge, Peter Duff, Dorothy Bounds, Ella Betteridge,
? Pickett, Bill Haines.
Row 3: Les Dorrington, Phyllis Reeks, Violet Pugh, ? Burrows, Bessie Betteridge,
Violet Jones, Phyllis Haines, Joe Tyrell.
Row 2: Gladys Haines, Daisy Wilkins, ?, ? , Nellie Guest, Frances Lewis,
Connie Blunt, Nancy Smith
Row 1: Bill Guest, Nelson Tyrell, Les Bryant, ? , Trevor Hill, George Dawe.
Thanks also to Mrs A Vaughan.
The above photo appeared in the Forest of Dean and Wye Valley Review with the following text:

“… The pretty girl extreme right, second row up … is my aunt Nancy Smith aged 9. Nancy went on to become both Alvington carnival queen and ‘Queen of the Forest’ in 1935 and a very keen actress in local amateur drama productions. This talent was somewhat thwarted by being the youngest daughter, and having to look after ailing parents and later her brother. However, her local appearances continued, and after becoming Mrs Rickards, Nancy joined Woolaston W.I. and continued her acting career with them. She lived in Woolaston all her life and her last home was just yards from the house where she was born in Parkhill Lane. Nancy had a phenomenal memory, and if she was still alive today would be able to name every child in the photograph and tell you stories about them!”. – Nancy’s family lived at the bottom of Parkhill Lane (near Edge Farm) Trevor Hill was unfortunately killed in a motorcycle accident.


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HANLEY COURT, A48, STROAT Business Centre

Posted by Greg Lance - Watkins (Greg_L-W) on 29/11/2014

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HANLEY COURT, A48, STROAT
Business Centre
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STROAT, HANLEY COUR Offices
STROAT - HANLEY FARM - Offices 01The Business Centre,
Hanley Court,
Stroat,
A48
Nr. Chepstow
NP16 7NA
Tel. 01291 622421
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STROAT POST OFFICE – History & Details

Posted by Greg Lance - Watkins (Greg_L-W) on 23/10/2014

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STROAT POST OFFICE – History & Details

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Hi,
perhaps you can help – I do hope so!
Penny_Black_sheet
I received an ‘e’Mail a few days ago from John Hine asking for help:

Dear Greg,

I am busy with an investigation into the history of Gloucestershire Post Offices and their postmarks.
 
There was a PO in Stroat from 1932 until 1971 but I have very little further information. Can you help with more details, PO photos or envelopes/cards with Stroat postmarks? 

The other information that I do have is from an official source dated 13 July 1932 that a Post Office was to open in Stroat and that the head office was Chepstow. 

On 7 March 1934 the Stroat PO was given Telegraph Office (T.O.) status and used the telegraphic code XLE for official business. 

The Stroat Post Office was closed in 1971. 

 
John Hine
If anyone can supply more information, photographs or postal history material – whether covers postmarked Stroat or collection and distribution details it would be much appreciated.
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Information such as which buildings were used, who were the postmasters, was the post office open all day, was it just a post officer or a village shop etc. etc. – any information would be of help.
do call me with any facts on 01594-528 337 or eMail me on:
Greg_L-W@BTconnect.com
Stroat Post Office closed 43 years ago so there must be many who remember its latter years even someone who remembers or at least know of 82 years ago when it opened!
I am sure that when John Hine completes his research he will be happy to provide a copy for publication of the details of Stroat Post Office’s history and details for this web site – so please try to help him.
I can add some information supplied by Mary Brown whose parents Vi and Charlie Lewis lived and raised her at Stroat PO.

Mary’s Grandmother opened the Post Office on 13-jul-1932 and her parents took over in the bad winter of 1947 – the winter in which I carried out my first intelligent action, leaving Britain for the markedly better weather of India!

Vi & Charlie Lewis then ran the PO until it closed in 1971.

I hope to meet with Mary Brown in the near future, as she has promised a wealth more information and anecdotes, which I will post here for all to read and hopefully see as she may have some interesting local photographs.
Thanks,
Greg_L-W.
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THE ORCHARDS, Stroat NP16

Posted by Greg Lance - Watkins (Greg_L-W) on 16/10/2013

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The Orchards, Stroat

3 bedroom detached house for sale

16-Oct-2013

£399,950

Stroat, Chepstow NP16

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Property features

  • No upper chain
  • Generously sized older period bungalow
  • 3 bedrooms
  • Luxury bathroom & luxury shower room
  • Modernised family home
  • Standing in garden & grounds of approx 0.7 acres including A fenced paddock area
  • Stables & tack room

Property description

Description

This generously sized detached older period bungalow stands in a principally lawned garden extending to approximately 0.7 acres, which includes a fenced paddock area, and adjoining open countryside at the rear. Approached by a gated long driveway leading to the detached double garage and further extensive parking space, this modernised three bedroom family home affords: Double Glazed Conservatory Entrance, Dining Room, Sitting Room, Kitchen, Rear Conservatory, Lobby, Lounge, three bedrooms, Luxury Bathroom/wc and Luxury Shower Room/wc. Oil central heating. Double glazing. Freehold. No upper chain.

The accommodation comprises:

Double glazed conservatory entrance

15’0 x 11’6 (4.57m x 3.50m) Hardwood flooring, 2 radiators, double glazed French windows to front.

Dining room

13’2 x 9’8 (4.01m x 2.94m) 2 radiators, smoke alarm.

Sitting room

13’0 x 11’0 (3.96m x 3.35m) With board floor, period style fireplace with carved surround, radiator.

Kitchen

17’2 x 9’3 (5.23m x 2.81m) Fitted with a matching range of base and wall cupboards with granite worktops including the granite sink top with drainer and a stainless steel 1½ bowl sink with mixer tap, drawer units, breakfast bar, plate rack, oil fired Rayburn oven range with 2 ovens and 2 hotplates, plumbing for automatic washing machine, plumbing for dishwasher, tiled floor, panelling to dado, recess with shelving, wall tiling, recess spot lighting. Open to:

Rear conservatory

11’5 x 11’4 (3.47m x 3.45m) Tiled floor, double glazed French windows opening onto the large rear sun deck area.

Lobby

Tiled floor, radiator, leading to:

Lounge

16’6 x 13’0 (5.02m x 3.96m) Dual aspect, attractive beechwood floor, fitted electric fire on raised marble hearth, radiator, double glazed sliding patio doors to rear sun-deck area.

Bedroom 2 (Front)
13’0 x 11’0 (3.96m x 3.35m) Dual aspect, radiator.

Bedroom 3 (Rear)
13’0 x 11’0 (3.96m x 3.35m) Radiator, board floor.

Bedroom 1
13’2 x 11’0 (4.01m x 3.35m) Radiator, window to side, panelling to dado.

Luxury bathroom

Freestanding roll edged bath on claw and ball feet with side mixer tap, low level close coupled wc, pedestal wash hand basin, fully tiled walls, radiator, patterned designer tiling to dado, built-in cupboard with shelving, tiled floor.

Luxury shower room

Step-in corner shower, low level close coupled wc, pedestal wash hand basin, tiled walls, ladder style heated towel rail / radiator, tiled floor, cupboard housing the insulated hot water cylinder.

Outside

The garden and grounds extend to approximately 0.7 acres, which includes a fenced paddock area, and there is a long driveway entrance behind a gated access. 2 outside taps. Stables and tack room. There is a large level front lawn behind a dwarf front boundary wall. Parking / turning area in front of the detached double garage with power and light, twin up and over doors. The large rear garden has an extensive marble tiled and timber decked sun lounging area also incorporating a water feature / lily pond and a pretty summerhouse. Outside lighting. Ample parking for numerous vehicles.

Agent’S note
In addition there are solar heating panels supplementing the domestic hot water.

Directions

From Chepstow take the A48 road towards Lydney. After passing the National Diving Centre on the left hand side and a turning left for Tidenham, proceed on the main road to Stroat. The property is on the left hand side a little way past the lay-by pull-in on the left.

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STROAT & Glos County Council Election Results 02-May-2013

Posted by Greg Lance - Watkins (Greg_L-W) on 03/05/2013

STROAT & Glos County Council Election Results 02-May-2013

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Election Results for Sedbury

which includes Stroat,

to Gloucestershire County Council

Thursday 2nd May, 2013

 

 

 

Sedbury – results

Election Candidate

Party

Votes

%

 

Patrick Christopher John Molyneux

Conservative

872

31%

Elected

John Duncan William McOwan

UKIP

725

26%

Not elected

Malcolm Thomas Sadler

Labour

488

18%

Not elected

David Andrew John Wheeler

Liberal Democrat

390

14%

Not elected

Chris Andrew McFarling

Green Party

311

11%

Not elected

 

Voting Summary

Details

Number

Seats

1

Total votes

2786

Electorate

8097

Turnout

34.4%

 

Share of the votes (%)

Patrick Christopher John Molyneux

31%

Elected

John Duncan William McOwan

26%

Not elected

Malcolm Thomas Sadler

18%

Not elected

David Andrew John Wheeler

14%

Not elected

Chris Andrew McFarling

11%

Not elected

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MOLYNEUX,
Patrick Christopher John

Patrick Molyneux

Patrick Christopher John Molyneux

Party: Conservative

Was elected to represent:

Division: Sedbury

Parish: Alvington ; Hewelsfield and Brockweir ; Newland ; St Briavels ; Tidenham ; Woolaston

with a mandate from less than 10% of the electorate based upon percentage of voters eligible.

 

Contact information

Home address:
Edge Farm
Keynsham Lane
High Woolaston
Gloucestershire
GL15 6PX

Phone:  01594529174

Mobile:  07802269059

Email:  patrick.molyneux@gloucestershire.gov.uk

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