Spring Hill Post Office

Spring Hill Post Office – People are being asked to search the attics and share their memories of the post office, which will be transformed into a living museum of the Black Country.

Museum staff are restoring the Spring Hill Post Office and buying it as part of the Forging Age development, which will form part of the new High Street of the 1940s-1960s.

Spring Hill Post Office

Museum staff want to hear from people who used the post office or bought toys from the shop, which was originally in Penn Road, Wolverhampton.

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They expect people who have classic toys or modeling kits or have worked in a post office or store.

Hannah Brown, the museum’s visitor and communications manager, said: “Post Black was the union of all the high streets in the country, and it was for a century or more in the post-war period.

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“By the end of the 19th century the service had become highly professionalised, and new legislation stipulated that two to three deliveries a week had to be made to every household in Britain.

“After many changes and growth in services, the Postal Service was transformed from a government department into a self-financing nationalized business in the 1960s.

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“In 1965 the Spring Hill Post Office was run by Stan Nettleton and a restoration shop was established.

Along with traditional postal products and services, Stan’s sold many of the toy brands of the era.

It also sold toys from other well-known manufacturers, including locally made Tri-Ang toys, Waddington games and Hornby train sets.

Stan was also known for creating stunning window displays and creative sets to showcase his toys.

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In order to faithfully recreate the Spring Hill Post Office, museum staff would like to hear from anyone who has memorabilia or items to add to the interpretation of the store.

Collections staff are particularly interested in collecting classic toys or model kits from the era

Anyone who would like to share memorabilia or has items from the 1960s please call 0121 557 9643.

Senior reporter for the Wolverhampton-based Express and Star. do you have a story Contact [email protected]

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