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Belmont Avenue (b), photographs of the end of the 1950s.
Following on from Sue Sage's memories.
1960s(?) Coach Trip
This photograph was handed into us at Wickford Library. Do you recognise anyone in the picture?
Runwell 1977: Celebrating the Queen's Silver Jubilee.
Runwell Cricket Club 2
Can you identify any of the members of this team?
Wickford C of E school fire, 1908.
School destroyed by fire.
Vicar exchange between Wickford, Essex, and Wickford, Rhode Island.
An exchange involving vicars in two Wickfords.
Aerial View of the Memorial Park and the Crouch
1975 view of the memorial Park and River Crouch.
Wickford C of E School in the early years of the 20th century.
This picture was sent to the archive for identification. It is a 1911 photograph of ...
Adventures and Anecdotes from Wickford Essex to Wickford USA
Canon Francis Dormer Pierce, Rector at St. Catherine's, visited Wickford, Rhode Island.
Wickford Carnival 1935
Wickford Carnival, 1935.
Wickford of Rhode Island donated money to Wickford in Essex.
Recorded in the Chelmsford Chronicle of 11th October 1940.
Christ Church 2019 - Lights on - missing spire
Deirdre Avenue renumbered?
Help needed to solve a mystery of house numbers being changed.
Demolished Buildings of the Broadway.
Some buildings no longer with us.
Father Christmas visits Wickford
Rare photo of a popular character
Photographs taken in Church End Lane in 1960s.
Photos taken by my granddad, Joe Saunders, outside his house in Church End Lane. The ...
John Hawes, a former resident of Runwell, remembers his newspaper round.
Demolition of 2 - 12 The Broadway 2019
Buildings demolished in the Aldi development.
Ursuline School, Brentwood.
A Wickford girl remembers a war time attack on her school.
Andrea Olley's memories of Azalea Avenue.
Azalea Avenue in the 1950s.
Andrea Olley's memories of her home in Laburnham Avenue, in the mid-1950s.
Childhood memories of Wickford in the 1950s.
'Then and Now' Photos (around the centre of town).
Comparing some modern scenes with those of earlier days.
Belmont Avenue (a), memories from the 1950s.
Belmont Avenue in the 1950s.
The Wickford Flitch.
An Essex custom staged in Wickford.
Memories of Robert Green.
We have been informed that Robert Green died in the early part of May 2020. Robert was one of our...
Runwell Hall – the Lordship of the Manor of Runwell.
Augusta Kemble was, I believe, unmarried, and was the last member of the family to live there. She left my...
Stanley’s sermon hits the airwaves
Stanley Hodges came to Wickford in around 1959, I believe from Broxbourne, with his adorable wife, Edna. Replacing the then...
Wickford Youth Centre
I have really enjoyed reading about Wickford Youth Centre. I am currently writing some research on youth clubs and youth...
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