Queen Street

Queen Street was possibly Cheltenham’s most unfortunate street during the First World War. The community lost a significant number of men varying in age from just 17 to 49.

A new roll of honour for Queen Street has been compiled by local researchers Steve Lewis and David Drinkwater.

To learn more about the impact WW1 had on the community of St Peter’s & The Moors visit our new exhibition (created by SPTM Big Local) which opens at the Hardwick Gallery, St Paul’s Road on 28th August.








2 responses to “Queen Street”

  1. Rosemarie Coleman avatar
    Rosemarie Coleman

    Only just seen this.
    My grandparents Mr &Mrs Compton lived at 65 Queen Street. Wondering if there are any photos of the street etc.
    Regards Rose

    1. cheltenhamremembers avatar

      Hi Rose, Many thanks for your comment. So far we’ve been unable to locate any images of Queen Street, it is something several local history researchers have been trying to locate so we will keep you posted if we manage to find one. Best Wishes, Cheltenham Remembers Team

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