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January - February 2013
Railway photography at Hadleigh in the 1950s and 1960s
The London Tilbury and Southend Railway opened as far as Leigh-on-Sea on 1st July 1855, ...
The 1953 Flood
The full impact of the disastrous flood on the night of 31st January 1953 is ...
Unveiling of Hadleigh War Memorial 1922
Unfortunately, this first picture is a poor image of a very important moment in the ...
Hadleigh Heritage: Saxon and Norman
Presentation and demonstrations
2017 Community Archive Drop-ins: Hadleigh Library
St. James the Less Marriages 1830 to 1869
The attached pdfs were created from transcriptions by C Worpole. You should be able to search ...
WHERE ARE THEY NOW ?
1st Hadleigh Girls Life Brigade
Looking for "Alverstoke" on the London Road, Hadleigh, 1915-1932
Please can you help?
Slide Show 30th November 2016
125 Years of Hadleigh Salvation Army Farm
The 39 Club
For sometime I had been meaning to write a piece on the Hadleigh 39 Club ...
1 Horatio Cottages, Chapel Lane
Thundersley Congregational Cradle Roll Certificate
Margaret Colbear 1934
Great Grandparents' Marriage Certificate
Elias Playle and Edith Keys of Thundersley 1904
Hadleigh Commercial School : A Short Life 1842-49
Years ago I discovered an entry in the Hadleigh section of White`s Directory for 1848. ...
Thundersley Congregational Baptismal Card 1934
The Brickworks Bridge on Hadleigh Marsh
This 31st August 1961 photograph shows a typical train passing the derelict abutments of the Salvation Army ...
Thundersley Shops 1937 - 1946
My recollections by Richard Hills
Lockharts Cocoa Rooms
AGES AHA find 2016
Daws Heath WW2
The Battle of the Somme Film 100th Anniversary Showing in Hadleigh
On Saturday 9th July 2016, as part of the Heritage Lottery funded “HOFS Summer of ...
Hadleigh and Thundersley Men Lost on the Somme
The following is a list extracted from Val Jackson’s Roll of Honour articles on this ...
A Timber Boarded Cottage in London Road Hadleigh
Hadleigh Signal Box - a solitary, Victorian outpost
Based on the family photographs and memories of Joyce Cammell interviewed by David Hurrell in 2016, with details from books by railway historian Peter Kay.
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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