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Hadleigh Fire Station in the 1930s
The threat of incendiary bombs during the First World War had led to the formation ...
High Street Blaze 1933
Fire at the Castle Garage on 20th February 1933
Hadleigh Fire Station during World War II
The Auxiliary Fire Service
First Hadleigh Art Trail
Artists and Trail Map
St Michael's Church
Daws Heath Slide Show
Thundersley / Benfleet post cards
Kiln Road and Tarpots corner
Hadleigh and Daws Heath Ancient Woodlands Living Landscape Project
Belfairs Proposed Woodland Resource Centre
Memories of our first real home
Walk in the wood
History of a Hadleigh Bungalow
Dorlie, 72 Castle Road West
Cross Farm, M Horder & Co
Benfleet Road 1948
The historian Michael Wood has claimed that all English villages carry their history in their name. This is certainly true of Hadleigh, Thundersley and Daws Heath.
Edward III and Hadleigh Castle
Edward III (reigned 1327~1377) was the first king to see the strategic importance of Hadleigh Castle, ...
Hadleigh Castle 1400~1551
Edward III’s grandson, Richard II, made little use of the castle and, after his death ...
Hadleigh Castle 1551~1891
After Henry VIII’s death in 1547, the castle was probably in a state of decay ...
Hadleigh Castle ~ Grade I Listing
Hadleigh Castle became a Grade I listed building on 7 August 1952: “Only the foundations ...
John Constable and Hadleigh Castle
John Constable (1776~1837) was one of the major English landscape painters of the 19th century. He ...
Daws Heath 'village' sign
A place out of sight of the sea
Hadleigh Old Fire Station Open Studios Weekend
See the HOFS artists at work 8th-9th October, 2011
A Royal Wedding in Hadleigh
The son of Henry IV marries at Hadleigh church
Dr. James's wife
Saturday 17th September 2011; Official launch!
Some launch photos for Hadleigh & Thundersley Archive
Winner of Summer Photo Competition for under 16s
Hannah Allwright - Hadleigh Castle 4am
Hadleigh's White Wizard "resurrected" for just a few days
James 'Cunning' Murrell (1785-1860)
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