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Published on 28 Sep 2008
A silent 8mm cine film of Kings Heath village in 1960, filmed by Terry Pearson, the son of the owner of W.H. Rhodes, Glass & China shop, at 106 High Street. The film was made available to the Kings Heath Local History Society in response to the Kings Heath Goes Digital archive appeal. The film includes scenes of King Edward Camp Hill School; the Red Lion Vicarage Road; old men meeting at the bench alongside All Saints church; shops on the High Street; greengrocers in Silver Street; flower seller in Institute Road in front of Woolworths; The Parade and Kingsway cinema; the Library; Police Station and finally the vicar and All Saints church.