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That library in Moulsecoomb Place. My sister, Bet would get me an adult book to read when we visited the library. I'd look round with her and choose then she'd get it from the assistant. To me at the knowing age of twelve, the younger generation books were too tame whereas the adult ones were most interesting and often exciting! The smell of the place was quite something. I suppose nowadays it would be described as smelling old.

By Ron Spicer (04/07/2008)

Thank you for this information. I am a great lover (Dutch) of Havergal Brian's music. Nice to see the plaque! Brian is certainly among the giants, but that view isn't very widespread (so I have to disagree with 'he was recognised as one of the greatest of British composers', more's the pity). But - the century is still young...

By Johan Herrenberg (19/07/2008)

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