Ron Davies has lived in the Bilston area all his life, apart from a short time serving in the forces during the Second World War. He is retired, but still takes an active interest in local history, art, photography and architecture.
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We hope that somewhere within these pages there is something of a surprise for everyone, for book is complete without this element. Most of the things we knew t so long ago have w disappeared - pit blanks, slag heaps, chimney stacks, crowds going to and from work, a time when horses and carts and bicycles ruled the highways.
This is Ron Davies's seventh book about the Black Country townships of Bilston, Bradley, and Ladymoor. In these tight-knit settlements, churches and chapels, sports clubs and societies grew and flourished, and the people who lived here-despite tough times and often poor living conditions-all stuck together.