Gloucester in The 1950s/60s page32

Here’s a couple of interesting pictures which have come from an old 8mm film that has been digitised using a specialised laser process

This is Painswick Road taken around 1955/60 and the houses on the left in front of the car, are on the corner turning into Whinneycroft lane. On the land behind the car today, stand two cottages, which are situated just past the bridge as you turn right into Painswick Road from Upton St Leonards.

Sunnydale Stores Longlevens, Gloucester Who remembers the old Beach Nut machines that was on most shop walls in the 50s and 60s?

Below are a group of children photographed at the Co-op party in 1969. Do you recognise anyone or are you in the picture?
Our thanks goes to Jon who supplied all the pictures on this frame.