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Klaus Behr’s Prisoner of War Diary
Klaus Behr’s thoughts during his first February in captivity at Springhill Camp 185. Translation Copyright CCHS 4th February 1945 Today I am going ...
From horse to horsepower
Vehicles and Implements in and around Chipping Campden 1920's onwards
World War II
Then came the gathering storm clouds of war and the men began to be ‘called up’. First to go from ...
Changing farming ways
About 1933 the local land agent behind the town hall approached Father and told him of a farm becoming available ...
Fair days and holidays
The monthly cattle markets and horse fairs were the days when Father gave me my fair day penny. “I would spend ...
Father’s first horse was a ‘half leg’ called Prince. Jack Coldicott let Father graze him in the Leasows at no ...
Making the most of things
The sheds roofs were made of corrugated iron which rusted and needed regular repairing. So Father would go down to ...
Across the driveway from our house was a small stone built stable, in the loft of which our ladders were ...
Expanding market garden
Father became well known for quality plants, selling them easily for 3d or 4d a score (20). As time went ...
Keeping bees and pigs
“At the top of the orchard Father kept 5 hives of bees and my brother Sidney and I with veils ...
My father, Harry Wheatcroft
“My father was a first-class role model, hardworking, turning his hand to any job or small enterprise which would help ...
Don Wheatcroft's early childhood
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Tarot cards designed by Frieda Harris
Three Tarot Cards designed by Lady Frieda Harris, who lived in Campden during WWII. See account in Signpost Spring 2017
Ebrington Women's Institute
80 years ago, on the 3rd of February 1938, at a well-attended meeting in the Assembly Room above Mr Page’s ...
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