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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.
Vintage Vehicles from Hadleigh and Thundersley
Hadleigh & Thundersley Archive gave a slideshow presentation at the Hadleigh Old Fire Station on 5 ...
W. Thorington, Homestead Dairy, Thundersley
A Dairy Farmer's Bottle
The Man from Timbuctoo was born in Hadleigh
An Adventurous Life on, in and by the Sea
St Peter's and St Michael's, Thundersley, lose their Rector
Echo article of 12 May 2016
Salvation Army Brickfield Crew
Imagine digging clay in collar and tie...
Combe Wood Estate Brochure
I have had these old pictures for the last 45 years; though a bit tatty not ...
Warren & Murrell
An Accident on Vicarage Hill
And it wasn't even winter
Castle Point's Runnymede Fayre 1975
John Willson and Benfleet Camera Club's 'Girl of the Year'
More Hadleigh Wartime Memories
Maureen's tale as a child
Chapman & André Map 1777
This, the first reasonably accurate large scale map of Hadleigh and Thundersley, was part of ...
Thundersley County Primary School Needlework
Does anyone else still have their apron?
SALVATION ARMY COTTAGES
A Visit by the Hadleigh & Thundersley Archive Group
Maureen Theobald, Class Std II, Hadleigh Council School 1944
One Tale from a Wartime Classroom
Hadleigh Fire Brigade Exercises in 1955
Alice Chafer's Husband was a Hadleigh Fireman
HADLEIGH KINGSWAY CINEMA
Memories and Pictures from Alice Chafer
A Heart-rending Experience
Alice Chafer's sad Memory of a Friend
Granddad was a Train Driver
A Brief Encounter
The Crown Hotel, Hadleigh
The Village Pub run by the Francis Family for 125 years
The Cingalee Restaurant & Tea Gardens
A very singular name for a Hadleigh café
An Exhibition by HOFS Artist Emma Mower
Nine numb men saved from a certain death.
From Essex County Chronicle, 3 December 1897
Mornington Crescent Hadleigh
Was This Once Called Sinclair Road?
The Kingsway Cinema
Yes – Gus was the Manager's name – in the mid 1950s we used to sing the ABC Minors song...
The Kingsway Cinema
Roger Shinn made the following comment: JUST DROPPED IN Reading about the Kingsway cinema reminded me of a night watching...
Working at the Kingsway Cinema – Hadleigh
Eileen, Thank you for mentioning the Roy Orbison show at the Kingsway. I was there too, and yes, what a...
The History of Education in Hadleigh
I attended Westwood Infants and Junior School from September 1968 and remember both Mrs Cole and Mr Moss.
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