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Heydon Pond

Heydon Pond

The postcard above has the following wording on the back:  “Master Eric Ince at Clare from Aunt Jessie -“Can you guess who is on the other side?”  So I guess perhaps Eric would have known the driver of the cart that was coming round by Heydon pond on...
Hicks Butchers, Church Road.

Hicks Butchers, Church Road.

This photograph dates from, we think, around the 1930’s, and shows Mrs Hedley Hicks holding one of her sons, Frank, and her daughter May standing beside the fence.  Just next door to the left you can see Hedley’s butchers shop.  If you look very carefully...
Kemps, High Street

Kemps, High Street

As yet we know very little about this lovely old image of Kemps, the large house on the right of the picture, and the end of Brick Row. We’re looking for a date and to be able to identify the people in the photograph. Any ideas? According to the Chrishall...
Church Road Cottages Opposite Mullions

Church Road Cottages Opposite Mullions

These cottages have long been demolished and replaced by modern bungalows. Another view of them can be seen on the old war memorial photo on the Village Centre page. The picture is taken from Nash’s Farm wall which you can see close up on the left, and looking...
Dormers cottage

Dormers cottage

Dormers cottage which sits at the top of Crawley End, on what used to be known as Petts Corner, has seen many changes in it’s time.  The view above was probably taken as recently as the 1960s when it still appears to have been two cottages.   Note the sideways...
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