Growing up during the difficult years of the 1940s, was a group of
children, flippantly referred to as 'The Blossoms of Bloomo'.
Bloomsgrove Street was their home and friendship their anchor. The
sudden death of Maureen Sylvia, the most flamboyant 'Blossom',
proved to be the catalyst that revived a thousand memories. 'The
Blossoms of Bloomo' provided a welcome support network for one
bewildered child, who yearned to uncover a hidden family secret.
Life on the backstreets of Nottingham was tough. Together these
children trod a rocky pathway that ambled from early childhood
towards maturity. During their journey, Maureen, an outspoken
determined character, led the way. Planning escapades that caused
ripples of laughter, followed by adult disapproval and conflict. As
the Blossoms grew older, developing hormones combined with an
incessant interest in foreign strangers, led to a fraught
situation, causing severe repercussions. The world has changed so
much since 'The Blossoms of Bloomo' experienced their childhood.
This book looks at their difficult, emotional journey and includes
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