“He wanted to make sure he was with me for the right reasons.” Adlington, 28, said she feels dissuaded from using dating apps for this reason.
“This morning my friend told me about Bumble, this dating app, and I was like, ‘I can’t go on that,’ because every guy’s going to go, ‘I just want to go on a date so I can say I’ve been with Becky Adlington’,” she said.
Situated two miles southeast of Wolverhampton, it was extensively developed for factories and coal mining. Between 19, the council replaced most of the 19th-century terraced houses with rented modern houses and flats on developments like Stowlawn, the Lunt and Bunker's Hill.
By 1964 there were more than 6,000 council houses there.
There are exhibits from the 38th Regiment of Foot, 64th Regiment of Foot, 80th Regiment of Foot and the 98th Regiment of Foot, their successors — the North Staffordshire Regiment and the South Staffordshire Regiment — The Staffordshire Regiment and the regiment of today (The Mercian Regiment); and also from the militia, volunteers and Territorial Army.
The main exhibition is in chronological sequence with a wide selection of uniforms, weapons and associated items from campaigns in India, Burma, the Crimea, Persia, South Africa, Egypt and the Sudan, as well as from World War I and World War II.
The medals display includes those of eight of the thirteen members of the Regiment awarded the Victoria Cross A major exhibit is an outdoor replica of a World War I British Army defensive trench system named after Lance Corporal William Harold Coltman who was awarded a Victoria Cross whilst serving with the North Staffordshire Regiment as a stretcher-bearer.
The Staffordshire Regiment was an Infantry regiment of the British Army.Aldersley is a small suburb of Wolverhampton, West Midlands, England.It is north-west of Wolverhampton city centre, within the Tettenhall Regis ward.The regiment was formed in 1959 by the amalgamation of The South Staffordshire Regiment and The North Staffordshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's).The museum was established on its present buildings in 1969, incorporating the formerly separate museums of The North Staffordshire Regiment and The South Staffordshire Regiment, both of which were founded in the 1930s.