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The Crown Inn, Hadleigh
What now for the Crown? Is there a future?
Springtime in Hadleigh
A little fancy
Images of Park Farm
Views from the castle
James 'Cunning' Murrell (1785-1860)
Hadleigh's White Witch - how should we remember him?
Introduction to the H&TCA
The Hadleigh & Thundersley Community Archive (H&TCA) The Hadleigh & Thundersley Community Archive was formed in 2010 in partnership with ...
In her own words
Ballooning, an illustrated talk
Ultrasonic but slow!
The Strangman Family of Hadleigh in Essex
During the early part of the 1600s, the Strangman family, once important land owners, had ...
Hadleigh Salvation Army Farm: A Vision Reborn
By Gordon Parkhill & Graham Cook
Armed Forces Day 2009
Formerly known as Veterans Day
History at Hadleigh Castle
The Unicef Pageant of 1978
Fire, Flood and Flight
Some memories of Robert Nichols
Thundersley Village Carnival.
Queen's Jubilee 1977.
Open Day In Hadleigh; 15th March 2011
The Old Fire-station, 15th March 2011
The History of Education in Hadleigh
1820 The first recorded school in Hadleigh was a Sunday school, which ...
History of Hadleigh School
1910 The Public Elementary Council School opened on 10th October, with Samuel ...
A Place for Vagrants and Vagabonds
Ladies from Hadleigh's History
High Street Wheelwrights in Victorian Hadleigh
In the 19th century nearly every village had its own wheelwright, a man skilled in ...
Lady Olivia Sparrow ~ Lady of the Manor
Lady Olivia Bernard Sparrow was the wife of Brigadier General Robert Bernard Sparrow (1773-1805). Born ...
Some Old Folks at Thundersley
Southend Standard Recorder: 13th January 1921
National School 1855-1924
In 1855 the first day school was built in Hadleigh. It was a national school ...
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