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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
Fearn family from New Road, Hadleigh
Jack and Martha Fearn with their children taken at their home in New Road, Hadleigh. ...
A French View of Daws Heath 1921
A French View of Daws Heath 1921 In his “Ancient History of Thundersley”, the Rev. Maley ...
Daws Heath Dig Part 2 - 2014
(2 Days - Wed 4th and Thurs 5th June 2014)
Famous Architect Comes to Hadleigh: Part 1
George Edmund Street, one of the most prominent architects in Victorian England, a man responsible for popularising the Victorian Gothic style
Famous Architect Comes to Hadleigh: Part 2
George Edmund Street designs the Hadleigh National School building in 1855
Royal Welsh Fusiliers in Hadleigh
I have just found the ‘dog tag’ for my grandfather 2nd Lieutenant WJ Morris Garr Batt RWF. I think he...
June 2019 Local History Day
Many years ago on the way to see the Bayeux Tapestry with a friend we stopped off in Caen. Realising...
Hadleigh’s New Road Nursery 1916 – 1959
Would the nurseries have been where Templewood Court is now? I grew up there in the 70s - and the...
Barge: The ‘Hadleigh Castle’
It is possible that the Guildhall Library in London's Guildhall might have a record of this since a captain is...
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