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Page 1 of 6- remainder to be posted. Our Heritage.

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**The Queen’s Peace Fountain Construction.(107).

Early days' construction.

PS. The history of the Queen’s Peace Fountain project is available in the City’s Archives (ref. 4/11/ACC. 6648 ) contact Archivist Mrs S.J.Hill-Lower Ground Floor-Civic Centre, Southampton.

**Fountains in Spain.(106).

The joy of sparkling Water.

**Fountains I knew-Italy and Russia.(105).

The joy of sparkling water.

**AG-Moscow I knew.( 104).

1980 tour.

**Heritage-Floating Bridge across the R.Itchen.(103).

We enjoyed the trip / from & back to Woolston.

The Itchen area is now part of Southampton.  Sadly, often neglected from its Heritage importance. The  Itchen Bridge replaces the  Floating Bridge-more relevant to the 21st Century.  Yet descriptive plaques are not provided in spite of  frequent suggestions.

**MA-Mayors of Southampton.(102).

Irene-762nd.- Jack-764th.

We are grateful to Roy Lance for his illustrations of Southampton’s Mayors over time, Usually  presented to each Mayor at Mayoral ceremony in Southampton’s Guildhall.

**AF-Marks and Spencer-100 years plus-(101).

Years of service to the British people.

Southampton’s Above Bar Street once housed three prominent retailers-British Home Stores, Marks and Spencers and Woolworths.
Today only BHS and Marks and Spencers in West Quay.