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Tales Out of School
A visit to the printer
Hadleigh Gardening Association
Spring Show 12th April 2014
Teacher thrown from a cart!
Miss Emma Jane Bell
The Painter of History
An excerpt from the history of Thundersley and Daws Heath
HUBERT DE BURGH (c.1175-1243) Builder of Hadleigh Castle
Who's going to write the film script?
Book Arts Fair 15th March 2013
Part of the Essex Book Festival
Debbie Peers - First Friend of the Archive
Some Thoughts in Memory Following the Sad Loss of a Special Person - February 2014
Norman Hudder: A Hadleigh Farm Colony worker who went to war
The year 2014 is the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of WW1, a war that ...
Thundersley Cage Lock-Up
Do you know anything about it?
HGA: Blowing my own Trumpet
Roy Bilham 20th Feb 2014
Talk at St Peter's Church
11th March 2014 2pm - 4pm
How to see the New Draft CastlePoint Local Plan
Read, Register, Comment.. EXTENDED to 28th March 2014
As the Sun Went Down on 26 February 2014
Hadleigh's NatWest bank closed its doors for the last time
Help Requested with Deanes School History Project
The Deanes School Radio Club are hoping to make a radio documentary about the history of ...
C. S. Wiggins - the early days
The man who built Thundersley
Beech Cottage, Beech Road
My home in Hadleigh
Essex Book Festival - 26th MARCH 2014
2:00pm - 4:00pm in Hadleigh Old Fire Station
Origins of Daws Heath, a Talk at HGA
16th Jan 2014
Free Slide-show to be rerun 29th January 2014
Repeat of slide show
When Thundersley's Tithe Barn caught fire
Do you remember when?
Potter Family Tales from the Thundersley Turnpike
The information in the family tree with this article was provided by Peter and Susan ...
Old St. Peter's Church, Thundersley
In 1885, Rector William Wordsworth Talfourd, rebuilt and extended the 12th Century chancel. This was ...
Barge: The 'Hadleigh Castle'
31 March 1901
Pied Piper of Hadleigh
John Willson Musical Memories
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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