The most important part of a village are its people, without it's people

you wouldn't have a village.

These photo's are in no particular order, the quality of some photo's maybe poor, this is because they are taken from newspaper cuttings

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Addie Tipple with her Father

Alfred Greef cc 1920s

Annie Sutherland

Alice Nudds & Bertie Fenton

Billy Ducker

Billy Smithbone

Bob & Winnie Matthews

Christine Stimson


Frank Stimson

George Hines DSM

Horace Hewitt with Wife

Stephen Hewitt's Father & Mother

Bill & Ben (Howard)

Jack Woods & Wife

Jim Bird (Harry Bird's Father)

Joe Bush with his much loved Landrover

John Woods

Lily & Dick Harwood

Lou Mitchell

Maggie Page

Major Jamison & Harry Flat

Majorie Francis 25/05/1931

Margaret Rushmer & Bro. Hurrion

Maurice Chapman

Vic Hardy

Tony Whiting & John Needham

Sid Ricketts

Shirley Lake

John Lake with white line machine

Robert & Carol Howell

Raven's Court

Presentation of new village sign

Mrs Plume

Mrs Plume's Step-Daughter Mrs Hunt

Maurice Needham

Major Jamison VC, Harry Flat

Louis Hunt

John & Rosie King

Frank Bradbeer

Rosemary Edge

Diane Edge

Derek Batterbee

Gwen Baker, Eva Ward, Glenda Sadler

Brenda Flatt

Billy Howard

Bill Harbour (Post Office)

Bill Harbour (Bakery)

Bertie Bix

Benny Howard

Ben Brock

Bell repair in church

Mrs Richmond unveiling new village sign