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Photographs circa 1954 added last month showing group of pupils and staff on grounds wall and class room,pictures denote post coronation.
colin shorey, 18 September 2016
The tank was taken out of service in 2007 following the construction of an buried reinforced concrete service reservoir in the adjacent land. The gravel that can be seen on the photograph is over the roof of the new tank. There was talk that someone was considering converting [...]
George Smart, 13 September 2016
This is the former premises of Gibson's Pharmacy on Fore Street, Hexham, now occupied by White Stuff the outfitters. A pharmacy had been on this site since at least 1834. John Gibson became a Freeman of the Worshipful Company of Spectacle Makers and Freeman of London in 1908. Thus the ornate [...]
Steve Ellwood, 12 September 2016
Hi Sandra, My name is Leanna Clayton. My father is called Dennis Clayton, and went to this boarding school in 1971-72. I have just looked at this website, and he seemed to recall everything that you left in the comment. He also remembers someone called Sandra Bell, and thought it [...]
Leanna Clayton, 7 September 2016
Please note that the correct name is Wenham Hill House (not Weham Hill) as it is on Wenham Lane in Great Wenham / Wenham Magna
Wenham Hill, 7 September 2016
There is some major works that need to be done on the internal chimneys due to them coming away from the external walls, route causes are unknown. Issue not fixed as of September 2016.
Matt, 6 September 2016
Next to the church entrance the 18th century gravestone of Peter the Wild Boy can be seen.
Miklos Bansaghi, 3 September 2016
My family used to live at 117 Charles Street during the 1950's to the early part of 1960. Lovely big house.
Peter Jones, 2 September 2016
We now have a website at www.fernleyobservatory.org and are in the process of securing funding with Sefton Council for a full refurbishment. We hope to be open to the public for educational astronomy events in 2017 Please see http://www.fernleyobservatory.org
Graham Bentley, 2 September 2016
And I was born at Beverley in Wickham on 5th September, 1943. I am told the ward was full and my mother was put on a board, possibly a door, on one of the baths, which is where I came into the world My father was a PO in the Royal [...]
Michael Lloyd, 30 August 2016
David Gouldstone, 26 August 2016
Originally an 18th century house which was converted into a Weslyan Chapel during 1839. It then became the main Post Office and Telephone Exchange between the years 1887 and 1963. Now used by Northumberland County Council as offices it is currently up for sale.
Steve Ellwood, 25 August 2016