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William Henry Bartlett
William Bartlett was known for drawings rendered into steel engravings
The choice of plants when creating and maintaining hot, dry gardens
Music Day at St James the Less
Saturday, 13th August 2022
Three views from St Peter's Thundersley
Historic views of Thundersley on recent postcard acquisitions
William Fordyce Mavor LL.D
The famous father of an infamous Rector
Aspects of Thundersley
A talk at HOFS for the Hadleigh Gardening Association
Daws Heath Village Fayre - 2022
Saturday 9th July 2022 was bright and hot for the Annual Daws Heath Village Fair, ...
Demolition of Hobson's in Thundersley
In the 1930s Hobsons purchased a disused church hall with a plot of surrounding land ...
Platinum Jubilee Celebration at Hadleigh Library
An interactive "Love our Library" day
Thundersley Church 97429
3 Stanley Gardens NW3 4th September 1929 My dear Miss Crawley you will not I am sure expect a letter ...
Hadleigh in Kelly's 1894
People living and working in Hadleigh in 1894 included: SHOPKEEPERS: J Ball, High St; ...
Pictures of Hadleigh
Postcards acquired in May 2022 show progressive views through Hadleigh; an elegant and glazed bus-stop at ...
Note the signage on the left of the photo for ‘Holmwood School’ – Girls & ...
After a storm at St Peter's, Thundersley
A young lady in Rayleigh received this postcard
Thundersley Church, an evocative postcard
Distinctive broach spire of St Peter’s, Thundersley
The Old Manse, Thundersley Congregational Church
Daisy writes to her uncle Bert in France
Nikolaus Pevsner: Thundersley: St Peter's
On a hill with wide views around
Towards the Causeway 1927
Joy riding in 1927
The Wells of Hadleigh and Thundersley
How water was obtained locally up to about 100 years ago
A frail basket
In 1900, Arthur Morrison's 310 page novel about Cunning Murrell from 1854
See the Day
Before the demolition before the dig
Hadleigh Corner once had a tiny shopping parade
Kelly's; an invaluable snapshot in time of how districts were viewed
Mount Pleasant: linked with Souvenir of Thundersley
A busy local Mount Pleasant
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