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Postal Services in Victorian Hadleigh
In 1837, when Queen Victoria came to the throne, a postal system existed in England ...
Benfleet Thundersley and Hadleigh Carnival Court 1980
Sugar and Spice...
Hadleigh Doctors Remembered
Hadleigh Public Hall
War Time Memories 1940s
Calendar of Hadleigh
500 BC to 2012 AD
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
St Peter’s Church, Thundersley
Ian and Pearl Hawks were my parents and when I married at St. Peter’s in 1976 my photos were taken...
Growing up in Hadleigh in 1920s and 1930s
I'm looking for information about a bicycle shop near Hadleigh Church. I believe my Grandfather Albert Gowers ran it or...
The Thundersley Home Guard
I think the person second from the left, top row is my grandfather, Stanley Petchey of Church Road, Hadleigh.
The Kingsway Cinema
Along with all the other commentators, used to pay sixpence to sit upstairs for Saturday morning pictures. Watching the Three...
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