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1939 War Time Hadleigh
The Pigeon Corps
James Booth (1927-2005)
PORTRAIT OF AN ACTOR
Remnants of Hadleigh Common
Hadleigh Common once covered 42 acres, stretching from Victoria House Corner to Rectory Road. In ...
St James the Less Church
Hadleigh's Parish Church
Car fire in Castle Lane
Hadleigh Ladies Conservative Club Meeting
Date unknown, could be 1948
What used to be here?
Comment on these buildings
Is the Country Park Hadleigh's best kept secret?
Noise, pollution and overdevelopment are constant complaints. There is also irritation with the commercialism of ...
Congratulations for getting the Hadleigh and Thundersley Archive up and running. I for one am ...
Memories of an old Hadleigh resident
AGES Archaeological & Historical Association
A local archaeological society for Hadleigh and Thundersley
Hadleigh Fire Station White Watch
The Inside Story
Written by Ian Yearsley, an excellent hardback introduction
Hadleigh in the snow
In sepia tones we have a butchers, at four men and their meat on show. Two in ...
Hadleigh & Thundersley Tithe Records
From the time of the Anglo Saxons, local churches were entitled to one tenth of ...
The Public Hall, Hadleigh
The Public Hall was erected in 1912 by Mr. F. Malthouse in The Broadway (now ...
Hadleigh - An Essex Village
by Marion Hancock & Sandra Harvey
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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