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Family History Meets Art - Exhibition, Hadleigh Old Fire Station September 2014
"Traces" Art Exhibition 2014
Bernard Cornwell's latest
What's New at Hadleigh Farm?
Tillie Strickland was getting to know Thimble the hedgehog, under the supervision of Emma Sayer, ...
1949 - 1951
Easter 2014 at Hadleigh Farm
Easter Saturday with Grandchildren
The Wiggins' Wartime family saloon
David Hurrell writes: During the course of designing and picture-researching for Robert Hallmann’s soon to ...
Salvo - The Clown
In Conversation: 4th July, 2014
St James the Less Hadleigh Fayre, 28 June 2014
Fun at the Rectory
A Hadleigh Boy Recalls a 1960s Childhood
A Fishing Trip to the Salvation Army Brickfield Pond
Daws Heath Village Fayre -12th July 2014
St Michael's Church Field 12:30 to 4pm
The Results from the Daws Heath Dig 2014
WHO TOOK PART AND WHAT DID THEY DO? 40 students from 5 different Southend schools dug ...
Thundersley School Children 1921
Can you spot a relative?
A Magical Evening at HOFS
Hadleigh Gardening Association
Riva-Bella (Calvados) - Villas "Normandy-Cottage" et "Pluie de Roses"
Can you solve a mystery?
Hadleigh Fair 28th June 2014
St James the Less
Tales out of School
Thundersley Village Cobblers
A trip down memory lane
Rectory Road in 1919
A postcard from Robert Nichols' Hadleigh Postcard Memories
Salvation Army Farm Tramway and Railway
The early years
Four of the Best
Essex Books Festival comes to Hadleigh 2014
Leonard Doust - Military Medal holder
A personal account
Bluebells in Pound Wood
I’m no photographer, but it was uplifting to see the bluebells in Pound Wood in ...
H Lennard & Son, Thundersley
Wholesale Greengrocer and Fruiterer
St Peter’s Church, Thundersley
Ian and Pearl Hawks were my parents and when I married at St. Peter’s in 1976 my photos were taken...
Growing up in Hadleigh in 1920s and 1930s
I'm looking for information about a bicycle shop near Hadleigh Church. I believe my Grandfather Albert Gowers ran it or...
The Thundersley Home Guard
I think the person second from the left, top row is my grandfather, Stanley Petchey of Church Road, Hadleigh.
The Kingsway Cinema
Along with all the other commentators, used to pay sixpence to sit upstairs for Saturday morning pictures. Watching the Three...
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