Places

Articles about places in Hadleigh and Thundersley - buildings, streets, parks, woods etc.

Category link: Buildings
Buildings
Pages about interesting buildings, past or present
Category link: Green spaces
Green spaces
Pages about woods, parks and open spaces.
Page link: A Hadleigh Boy Recalls a 1960s Childhood
A Hadleigh Boy Recalls a 1960s Childhood
A Fishing Trip to the Salvation Army Brickfield Pond
Page link: A New Church for Daws Heath Thundersley
A New Church for Daws Heath Thundersley
St Michael and All Angels'
Page link: Burches Farm, Burches Road, Thundersley
Burches Farm, Burches Road, Thundersley
Memories of Burches Farm during the 1940s & 50s by Richard (Dick) Hills
Page link: Calendar of Hadleigh
Calendar of Hadleigh
500 BC to 2012 AD
Page link: Daws Heath
Daws Heath
A Place for Vagrants and Vagabonds
Page link: Daws Heath 'village' sign
Daws Heath 'village' sign
A place out of sight of the sea
Page link: Excavations at High Street Hadleigh
Excavations at High Street Hadleigh
Brief Provisional Report.
Page link: Hadleigh's 'Gooseberry Fayre'
Hadleigh's 'Gooseberry Fayre'
Lyrics: Robert Hallmann - Music: Malcolm Reid
Page link: King John's Lodge on Kingston Way?
King John's Lodge on Kingston Way?
Does anyone remember?
Page link: Rayleigh Weir Stadium
Rayleigh Weir Stadium
1-2-3-4 Let's See The Rockets Score
Page link: Rectory Road in 1919
Rectory Road in 1919
A postcard from Robert Nichols' Hadleigh Postcard Memories
Page link: Salvation Army Brickfield Crew
Salvation Army Brickfield Crew
Imagine digging clay in collar and tie...
Page link: Salvation Army Railway Track remains found
Salvation Army Railway Track remains found
Can they be saved, restored and somehow displayed?
Page link: Slide Show 30th November 2016
Slide Show 30th November 2016
125 Years of Hadleigh Salvation Army Farm
Page link: The changing face of Thundersley Village [2]
The changing face of Thundersley Village [2]
68/70 Hart Road. Circa 2003
Page link: The Hadleigh I Knew
The Hadleigh I Knew
A Poem by Ron Hurrell
Page link: Thundersley Shops 1937 - 1946
Thundersley Shops 1937 - 1946
My recollections by Richard Hills
Page link: Thundersley's Biggest Christmas Tree
Thundersley's Biggest Christmas Tree
A legacy of a glorious past
Page link: Thundersley;  Then and Now
Thundersley; Then and Now
An Illustrated Talk: Feb 2015
Page link: Where was Hadleigh House?
Where was Hadleigh House?
The lost Great House of Hadleigh
Page link: A Country Lane
A Country Lane
Castle Lane and Castle Road West
Page link: Another shot of Hadleigh Corner
Another shot of Hadleigh Corner
Viewed from Castle Lane
Page link: Canvey Floods
Canvey Floods
From an unusual viewpoint
Page link: Hadleigh in the snow
Hadleigh in the snow
December 2009
Page link: Hadleigh, views of summer
Hadleigh, views of summer
Three evocative views taken around May/June of 1964
Page link: Olympic Hadleigh
Olympic Hadleigh
Before the Morrisons rebuild
Page link: Place Names
Place Names
The historian Michael Wood has claimed that all English villages carry their history in their name. This is certainly true of Hadleigh, Thundersley and Daws Heath.
Page link: Rectory Road c.1928
Rectory Road c.1928
Over 80 years ago, what was on the site now owned by the Iceland supermarket?
Page link: Some Old Folks at Thundersley
Some Old Folks at Thundersley
Southend Standard Recorder: 13th January 1921
Page link: Thundersley / Benfleet post cards
Thundersley / Benfleet post cards
Kiln Road and Tarpots corner
Page link: Thundersley Village
Thundersley Village
Langford Crescent