“T here are not many survivors of (the old) days now, and their ranks grow thinner. But trees they planted are with us yet, still in spite of age bearing fine crops. We should do well to remember their sturdy pace on the road, their courage and endurance, skill and humour. They took little and gave much.
Let’s be proud and careful of the inheritance they left us.”
William Cartwright Remembers, from A Tettenhall History by Geoffrey Hancock.
The leafy neighbourhood has been thrust into the 21st century thanks to the website.
I was very pleased to find your web page,and congratulations to all concerned. We lived in Cornwall Rd Tettenhall from 1956 to 1964 and were very happy there.
Looks very impressive! Love the entry page map of the Green. So, it’s a pagan place, Theotenhall! How about links to the local Councillors, and to the local MP?
How lovely. I remember as a child the lovely strings of lights in Tettenhall. Happy Christmas from sunny Australia
I used to live in wolverhampton worked for 35yrs with B.T.and worked in tettenhall its nice to see your village on the internet I now live in Turkey, keep up the good work.
Very nice. I don’t know why every town/district doesn’t have a similar site.
Thanks for the pointer to the Tettenhall site, I shall be going straight home to pack my bags for a long weekend! Particularly glad to see that the Rock Hotel still features, as I’ve supped many a pint there when my brother was the manager! Extra impressed with the animated gifs, especially the horse.