Thank you to everyone who supported the events to commemorate World War 1 that we held at the Archive in November. Thank you to our many visitors, people who loaned items for the display, gave us items for the Archive, came to the talk and supported us by email even...
The War Memorial without railings: October 2015 Chrishall lost eight men in the First World War and another 45 villagers are listed on a board in the Church as serving their country in one way or another. Many of these names can be found on the 1911...
In WWII everyone in the village was involved in the war effort whether it was making jam or manning the Observation Post at the top of the village, this important duty being carried out by the Home Guard. The full Platoon and Chrishall Division can be seen below, and...
Looking down Church Road. This beautifully clear picture almost certainly dates from the early 1920s – note the pristine state of the memorial and the children’s dress. Both cottages in the picture have now gone.
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