Paul Evans

My pages:

Page link: Barton & Tredworth Physical Activity Insight Report
Barton & Tredworth Physical Activity Insight Report
An invitation to the Barton & Tredworth stakeholders session on 24 July
Page link: Dorothy and Pete Evans
Dorothy and Pete Evans
Coming to Gloucester and joining the congregation of St James
Page link: Pauline Thomas
Pauline Thomas
Pauline runs the adult English language course at St James'
Page link: Eric John
Eric John
Memories of seeking shelter in the crypt of Christchurch during World War 2
Page link: Tom Cook
Tom Cook
First impressions of Tredworth and providing a ministry to the parish of Christchurch
Page link: Joan John
Joan John
Memories of bombs dropping and wearing gas masks during World War 2
Page link: Daniel Newman
Daniel Newman
Memories of St James' Church
Page link: Aline and Krystiam
Aline and Krystiam
Attending the St James' English Class
Page link: Kayleigh Clayson
Kayleigh Clayson
Little Saints toddlers group and life in Gloucester
Page link: Rabiya Ginwalla
Rabiya Ginwalla
Her family and attending a class at St James' Church
Page link: Marian Wood, nee Burford
Marian Wood, nee Burford
Memories of childhood in Barton and Tredworth
Page link: The day a bomb dropped on Barton Street
The day a bomb dropped on Barton Street
Marian Wood, nee Burford, shares a childhood memory
Page link: Back in the Day
Back in the Day
Young people researched the history of Barton and Eastgate Streets. What did they find?
Page link: Can you knife a skeleton?
Can you knife a skeleton?
This short story, and related audio, is based on an interview with Valerie George, recalling her experiences as a Brownie and as a Guide.
Page link: Ann Williams
Ann Williams
The Barton Street tramway and the tragic demise of Ann Williams
Page link: Memories of Widden School and Victoria Street
Memories of Widden School and Victoria Street
An Australian resident remembers his early years in Barton and Tredworth
Page link: 178 Barton Street
178 Barton Street
A photograph of what is now Custom Frames
Page link: Get me to the church on time
Get me to the church on time
This short story is based on an interview with Gwyneth Anne Jeffries about the circumstances of her wedding
Page link: Rachel Williams
Rachel Williams
Memories of Barton Fair, All Saints Church and the Allington Hall youth club
Page link: A Train Whistle Goodnight
A Train Whistle Goodnight
This short story is inspired by recollections of living on Trier Way, near the former All Saints Church, for more than fifty years. There is a large element of creative fiction in the re-telling.
Page link: Rev Tom Wilson talks about The St James' Community Heritage Project
Rev Tom Wilson talks about The St James' Community Heritage Project
Tom, as vicar of St James, talks about the Project's inspiration and objectives
Page link: St James' Church: a short historical note
St James' Church: a short historical note
This is the text of a piece submitted to the Citizen to coincide with the Heritage open weekend 2014
Page link: Why not visit St James' Church this week?
Why not visit St James' Church this week?
You can visit as part of the Heritage open weekend - please note that this event has now occurred
Page link: A Day in the Lives of the parishes of St James and Christchurch
A Day in the Lives of the parishes of St James and Christchurch
A piece of writing created from parishioners' real memories
Page link: Is this the job for you?
Is this the job for you?
A Heritage Lottery funded project centred on St James' Church requires a project administrator
Page link: Michael Cassar
Michael Cassar
Detailed memories of a full and varied life
Page link: Hidden Lives of Barton and Tredworth theatrical performance
Hidden Lives of Barton and Tredworth theatrical performance
On this page you can watch the full performance, or choose to watch any of its four sections
Page link: Tony Ward
Tony Ward
Memories of a varied life and a commitment to the Barton & Tredworth area
Page link: Joyce Collier
Joyce Collier
Memories of a life lived in Gloucester
Page link: Gordon Barrington
Gordon Barrington
An interview conducted when Gordon was Chairperson of the Charter Court Residents' Association
Page link: Marie Andrews
Marie Andrews
Memories of life in the travelling community
Page link: Jackie Hutt
Jackie Hutt
Memories of a happy childhood, a working life, and lots of cats
Page link: Barbara Beven and Susan Scrivens
Barbara Beven and Susan Scrivens
Barbara reminisces about 100 years in Gloucester with her daughter Sue
Page link: Betty Ackland
Betty Ackland
A Charter Court resident remembers a difficult childhood and her working life
Page link: Lorna Morris
Lorna Morris
Memories of coming to Gloucester from Jamaica
Page link: Memories of E Goodwin & Sons, funeral directors
Memories of E Goodwin & Sons, funeral directors
This is the text of hand written reminiscence received from Mrs Sally Gardner, nee Goodwin
Page link: Barton Street Working Men's Club
Barton Street Working Men's Club
A brief history of the Club, formerly the Gloucester Labour Club and Institute
Page link: Memories of the Barton Street swimming baths in the 1950s
Memories of the Barton Street swimming baths in the 1950s
Entertaining memories of working at the baths
Page link: Henry Poole, fishmonger
Henry Poole, fishmonger
Answering a query about Mr Poole
Page link: Brian Mince
Brian Mince
Memories of wartime in Chequers Road and at Hatherley Infants School
Page link: Barton Fair 1903 and 1904
Barton Fair 1903 and 1904
Archival images of the Fair
Page link: The aftermath of a fire
The aftermath of a fire
A photograph showing the remains of the premises of E Pitt, Son & Co.
Page link: A Barton Street Tailors' shop
A Barton Street Tailors' shop
A handsome makeover for Messrs Coatman & Sons shop
Page link: Gloucester's first Butcher girl
Gloucester's first Butcher girl
Barton Street leads the way
Page link: Thomas Dainty (1815 - 1902)
Thomas Dainty (1815 - 1902)
A friend of the working poor who lived for much of his life in Conduit Street
Page link: Photographs of the southern side of Barton Street
Photographs of the southern side of Barton Street
Photographs from 1907 held at Gloucestershire Archives
Page link: Barton Street before the Picturedrome
Barton Street before the Picturedrome
An undated image from the early 20th Century showing the buildings on the site later used to construct the Picturedrome
Page link: Gloucester's Public Baths
Gloucester's Public Baths
An exterior image of the Baths in Barton Street
Page link: Carlton's Shoe Repairers
Carlton's Shoe Repairers
A photograph of the exterior of their shop in Barton Street
Page link: The Opening of the Derby Road Council Schools
The Opening of the Derby Road Council Schools
Images from the Archives recall the opening of the Schools
Page link: Tradespeople in Barton and Tredworth in 1978
Tradespeople in Barton and Tredworth in 1978
Do you remember these people and companies from their advertisements?
Page link: The Hot Spicy Caribbean Takeaway on Tredworth High Street
The Hot Spicy Caribbean Takeaway on Tredworth High Street
Photographs taken by Dave Bailes on 8 November 2012
Page link: Photographs of St James' Park
Photographs of St James' Park
Taken by Dave Bailes on 8 November 2012
Page link: Further Photographs of Tredworth
Further Photographs of Tredworth
Taken by Dave Bailes on 8 November 2012
Page link: The India House, 1897
The India House, 1897
A photograph held at Gloucestershire Archives
Page link: Archive images of St James' School
Archive images of St James' School
Two images reproduced from the holdings of Gloucestershire Archives
Page link: Images of
Images of "old" Barton Street
Drawings from c.1835 held at Gloucestershire Archives
Page link: Key Stage 2 History
Key Stage 2 History
Lesson Plans
Page link: Marlene and Ken Booker
Marlene and Ken Booker
Memories of growing up and getting married in Barton and Tredworth
Page link: Anisa Farooq
Anisa Farooq
Setting up a successful business in Barton Street
Page link: Alan Myatt
Alan Myatt
Alan talks about the GODS, the Mock Mayor and the joy of entertaining
Page link: Photographs of the City Farm
Photographs of the City Farm
These photos were taken on 27 July 2011 by Dave Bailes
Page link: Photographs of Barton Street
Photographs of Barton Street
Taken by Ollie Taylor in 2011
Page link: Barton and Tredworth current and former Pubs Photo Gallery
Barton and Tredworth current and former Pubs Photo Gallery
These photos were taken on 27 July 2011 by Dave Bailes
Page link: Tredworth Photo Gallery Part 2
Tredworth Photo Gallery Part 2
These photos were taken on 27 July 2011 by Dave Bailes
Page link: Tredworth High Street Photo Gallery
Tredworth High Street Photo Gallery
These photos were taken on 27 July 2011 by Dave Bailes
Page link: Barton Street Photo Gallery
Barton Street Photo Gallery
These photos were taken on 27 July 2011 by Dave Bailes
Page link: The Gloucester Riot, 10 August 2011
The Gloucester Riot, 10 August 2011
Photographs of Barton Street on the morning after the riots
Page link: Photographs of the Picturedrome
Photographs of the Picturedrome
Taken during the Heritage Open Day tours in September 2011
Page link: The Mock Mayors of Barton Street
The Mock Mayors of Barton Street
Brief notes on their origins and duties
Page link: The 1937 Coronation celebrations in Victory Road
The 1937 Coronation celebrations in Victory Road
A photograph donated to this site by Michael John Turk
Page link: A Short History of Barton and Tredworth
A Short History of Barton and Tredworth
Notes compiled by Anna Morris in preparation for the 2011 Heritage Open Day
Page link: A Walking Tour of Tredworth
A Walking Tour of Tredworth
Find out about Tredworth's notable buildings using notes compiled by Anna Morris
Page link: A Walking Tour of Barton Street
A Walking Tour of Barton Street
Find out about the Street's notable buildings using notes compiled by Anna Morris
Page link: Do You Live in Carmarthen Street?
Do You Live in Carmarthen Street?
A distance learning course indicates what you can learn about the history of the Street using resources available at Gloucestershire Archives
Page link: Gloucestershire Archives
Gloucestershire Archives
How are the Archives relevant to you?
Page link: Richard Allen's Childhood Memories of Melbourne St
Richard Allen's Childhood Memories of Melbourne St
Richard recalls life from the mid 1940s to the mid 1960s
Page link: Reflections on the Hidden Lives Community Project
Reflections on the Hidden Lives Community Project
This extremely successful Heritage Lottery funded project has now finished
Page link: Maps of Barton and Tredworth
Maps of Barton and Tredworth
These 19th century maps, held at Gloucestershire Archives, illustrate the development of the area between 1842 and 1900
Page link: Other Useful Websites for Barton and Tredworth
Other Useful Websites for Barton and Tredworth
Find links to websites of community groups and organisations in the Barton and Tredworth area
Page link: Neil Patterson
Neil Patterson
Growing up as a child from a Jamaican family in Alfred Street
Page link: The Trevor Arms
The Trevor Arms
John Thornell remembers the close relationship between The Trevor Arms and Sparkes' Bakery
Page link: John Thornell
John Thornell
Street games in Vauxhall Road
Page link: John Thornell
John Thornell
Attending films at The Picturedrome in the 1930s
Page link: Michael John Turk
Michael John Turk
Tredworth Infants' and Junior Schools in World War 2
Page link: The Anglo-Asian Cultural Centre
The Anglo-Asian Cultural Centre
Promoting Chinese language and culture
Page link: Joyce Green
Joyce Green
Moving from Jamaica to Howard St and attending St James' Church