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Hadleigh History Fair at HOFS 23rd June 2012
Saturday, 2 - 5 pm: Entry Free
Hadleigh History Fair: Gooseberry Pie Competition
Why gooseberry pies?
The view from Chalkwell
Wild Flowers by Julia Tetley
Hadleigh Gardening Association, 24th May 2012
Hadleigh & Thundersley WW1 Roll of Honour (Surnames N-Z)
PAGRAM, 9902 Pte Claude Granville, 3rd Royal Fusiliers,(City of London Regiment). Born at Finsbury Park, Private ...
The last shepherd and his border collies
Beulah House, Daws Heath, Thundersley
Evangelism in the 1920s?
"A very paradise for reformation..."
An article in the St. James's Gazette of 121 years ago
James (Cunning) Murrell
My Twitter Page
Working at the Kingsway Cinema - Hadleigh
I started working in “The Kingsway Cinema” when I was 16½ years old. This would ...
100 Days to the Olympics!
Seb and Shelley are born at Hadleigh Rare Breeds Centre
Repairs and renovation to the church spire 2006
The Flying Flea
Crash landing in Hadleigh
My first flight over Hadleigh
Planned HGA Talk
Wild Flowers 24th May 2012: HOFS
A Royal Flying Corps plane visits Hadleigh
circa 1914, Chapel Lane.
Hadleigh's old spritsail barge
St Michael's Church (C of E) Daws Heath
Down with the old...
Who lived at Hadleigh in 1841?
The first in a series about Victorian Hadleigh
War time memorabilia
Hadleigh 1939 to 1946, M.N. and R.F.A service
The Olympic Torch Comes To Hadleigh
On the afternoon of Friday 6th July 2012, the Olympic Torch will be carried through Hadleigh.
Masked visitor in a Hadleigh garden
News from Castle Road
General Booth's Farming Scheme
News from Hadleigh
A Thundersley Mystery of a Quiet Man
Fergus Hume (1859-1932)
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