Members of We Grew Up in Hereford have shared their memories of a residential area to the north of the city.

The group have reminisced about Bobblestock, before the housing estate was built.

The photograph shows the area from the early seventies and was shared by member Simon Addison.

He says that he has spent his entire life growing up, playing, exploring, living in and finally owning his home in Bobblestock.

The beginning of the construction of the housing estate that now sits in the area can be seen at the bottom of the photograph with the starting of the construction of the block of flats at Crest Court.

The top end of Grandstand Road seen in the picture is now part of the entrance to the Co-op supermarket, still known to anyone who grew up locally as 'Leos', with its iconic exposed purple pipework in the ceiling.

Trinity School can also be seen at the top end of the photograph with Moor Farm to its left.

Ann Taylforth remembers riding a shetland pony down to Three Elms along Roman Road and back across the racecourse to Highmore Street.

Dave Jude Neville reminisces about tobogganing in the snow down Bobblestock hill, and making tunnels with the bails of hay near Mother's Pride bakery.

Ian Gibson recalls that where the Foxhunter pub lies now used to be farm buildings and stables.

"I still remember learning to milk cows there and my sister used to ride one of the horses stabled there." he said.

The Mother's Pride bakery can still be viewed on Three Elms Road. It was a prominent landmark of Hereford for over 25 years.

The bakery was built in 1958 by "Rank Hovis McDougall Ltd" and extended in 1961 to accommodate a confectionery unit.

Further extensions were done in 1964 due to the increase in business. At one time up to 160 vehicles a day were operating from the plant.

The plant finally closed its doors in 1982 and was demolished in 1983.

The area is now home to the Range and beyond it the Three Elms Trading Estate.