This free competition gives people in the Black Country a chance to delve into their own local history. Thanks to everyone who entered in June/July and over the Heritage Open Days weekend in September. The winners of the June/July event received a history of their postcode (below).
The winner of the September draw is WV14 6HL, Cherrywood Green. The profile of the street will be posted on this page in the near future.
There were four winners in June and July. Nominations were accepted for any part of the local authority areas of Dudley, Sandwell, Walsall and Wolverhampton (generally but not exclusively the postcodes starting with B, DY, WS or WV). A sample history was also posted. Our winners were (click on the postcode below to see the history):
WS10 8SB, a recent development at Bird Brook Close, Darlaston.
WV11 3NQ, a 1950s block of flats on Castlebridge Gardens, Wednesfield.
B43 5JD, a group of 1930s-40s semis on Waddington Avenue, Great Barr.
DY5 4LJ, 1920s-30s cottages on Tiled House Lane, Pensnett.
If you have any questions about ‘My Postcode History’ please contact us from this website or post a comment in the box below.