Hadleigh, High Street and around

Pictures from 1977 and 2008

1977 High Street looking East to Castle pub
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1977 High Street looking west; Esso garage now McDonalds
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2008 High Street looking west
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1977 Looking East from the Church; petrol station on the right
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2008 Looking East from the Church
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1977 Hadleigh Church, St James The Less
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2008 St.James The Less
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1977 Endway from High Street
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Sweet and card shop in the High Street

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  • That’s the row of commercial properties which has included the Ancora restaurant, MS Carpet Services etc., directly opposite the Castle PH. Just a note that the date is wrong, as it shows two way traffic, which ceased well before 1977.

    By coyi64 (14/09/2018)
  • The red building sticking out in front of the Morris Minor isn’t a pub but it was part of a block that contained Unwins an Off Licence. Another shop was a bakers and another shop Schofield & Martins; along with about five others of the same name had quite a big part of the modern day John Lewis Partnership ie they were Southend’s answer to Waitrose before joining forces with them. If I am right in my research Southend had the first Supermarket in the country.

    By Robert Keen (14/09/2018)
  • I am interested in the red building sticking out, in front of the Morris Minor in the photo looking East. Was this another pub?

    By Kevin Mccarthy (13/09/2018)
  • All the 1977 photos were scanned from slides which had the date 1977 printed on them.There was a butchers in the High Street called Smith’s.

    By Ian Hawks (31/05/2012)
  • The photos ‘Hadleigh, High Street and around (1977 & 2008)’ make interesting viewing, but one of the High Street (1977) photos appears to show two way traffic heading East (and includes ‘AR Smith family butcher’), while the other shows it heading West. I don’t recall the butchers – is this photo actually from some time earlier than 1977?

    By Terry Palmer (19/05/2012)

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