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Displays of Old Hadleigh Shops
In partnership with Hadleigh Heritage, The Hadleigh & Thundersley Community Archive is presenting a FREE ...
A funny thing happened to me on the way to...
St Peters Fayre
Near future for the historic past!
Hadleigh & Leigh during D Day
Julius Stafford-Baker 4th, his experiences in WW II.
Prehistoric Flints from Hadleigh at Library History Day
AGES AHA delighted to see Mark and David's collection.
It's in between Southend and Canvey
A sound aspect of heritage: Essex Sound Archive.
Hadleigh Heritage Talk 15th June 2019
Two local court cases of a century ago, and still relevant.
June 2019 Local History Day
Free entry. Memories and reports on D-Day can be collected on the Archive!
Historic Policing in Thundersley and Hadleigh
Our famous speaker arrayed in his 1880 model uniform.
Hadleigh Hall - a request for help
Elizabeth Kemp and "Hadleigh Hall'
Hadleigh after the 1987 Hurricane
On the night of 15th October 1987, Michael Fish, BBC weatherman, had quashed rumours that ...
The History of Sayers Farm
As one of the few remaining old buildings in Hadleigh, Sayers Farm House is of ...
The Population Growth of Thundersley Parish
Thanks to the national census results from 1841, much has been known for many years ...
The White Wizard
Thursday 21st February 2019 saw another full house at HOFS for the Hadleigh Gardening Association! The ...
Information Boards: Essex County Fire & Rescue
Showcasing the heritage of ECFRS, with history of HOFS
Jim Pedder's Goat
The goat on a bus
Essex Library Survey deadline: extended
Available until 21st February 2019!
Hadleigh Community Group 2018 Spring Fete
In and around HOFS
A Fine Consultation: Transports of Delight!
Focus on local bus needs
2nd Thundersley Scout Troop 1969
New Lighting at St James-the-Less
The paths of light shine anew.
Hadleigh Shops 1939 to 1955
The Archive has been gathering information over the last year to be able to launch ...
Worried about your library closing?
Defending the heart of our communities.
Let me start by saying that unfortunately I am not aware of any clear answer. The ...
Hadleigh Doctors Remembered
Dr John McGladdery (junior) was our family dr when I was growing up on the Westwood Estate in Hadleigh during...
Hadleigh – An Essex Village
My grandmother was a Harvey, my father has done substantial research into the Harvey family. I have visited the Hadley...
History of Hadleigh School
I started at Hadleigh Juniors in 1971 and the first year kids had the small playground on the Church Road...
Hadleigh Doctors Remembered
Dr Rough was our doctor and he visited me in Southend hospital after I had my appendix out. Good old...
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