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  • Valerie Ford on Campden WorkhouseMy grandmother rented one of the cottages in Gainsborough Terrace from approx early 1950s to approx early 1980s. We stayed...
  • Beth Spratt on The Hobbs Family – warts and all!What a wonderful presentation by Faith and Richard (my cousin) of the Hobb family history. Uncle Val and Auntie Shanw...
  • Jen Edwards. on The Hobbs Family – warts and all!This is brilliant. Love to all Hobbs family from Jen and allthe Welsh relies. XX
  • Richard Hobbs on The price of a meal 100 years agoJust a little amendment regarding the Hobbs receipt. John Hobbs's shop was actually what is now Peacock House in Lower...
  • Judith Ellis on Campden WorkhouseYou will see from the 'download' on this page that Gainsborough Cottages were built using stone from the workhouse. We...
  • Jane on Campden WorkhouseWe would love to know more about the history of the current cottages in Gainsboro terrace so if anyone can...
  • Judith Ellis on Unknown soldiersThanks for this suggestion, Duncan. We checked this when we found the photo, but the uniforms aren't right and there...
  • D R G Jolly on Unknown soldiersCould they be Gordon Highlanders who were billeted in and around Campden after Dunkirk?
  • Mrs. Irene McAllister (nee Sposini) on Italian POWs in Campden in WWIIWhat a joy to read this article especially as my much loved dad Alfredo Sposini was mentioned by name. After...
  • Carol Jackson on The census is importantMost interesting. We should try to get a photo of every alley that exists in the High St - and...
  • William on The Police Station and Magistrates CourtThat was a great read. I lived in the flat upstairs when my Father worked there Sgt. Rymer. Beautiful village...
  • Mary Fielding on Chipping Campden School ArchivesSorry, yes, it's an old link - it should be https://www.chippingcampdenschool.org.uk/ When were you at the school? Just curious -...
  • Carol Jackson on Painting donated to CCHSWhat a lovely donation - thank you Tim and Jean - a nice memory of your time in Campden.
  • Mary Fielding on Izod’s PostThere's quite a lot to respond to in your comment Patrick! Shin kicking was one of the sports held at...
  • Patrick James Izod b. 21.5.37 on Izod’s PostAt the time of the Festival of Britain 1951 the now defunct "John Bull" magazine had an article about various...
  • Robert Shadbolt on The Police Station and Magistrates CourtIn 1966 my father in law, the late Bob Stone was the first and only CID detective to be stationed...
  • Carol Jackson on Campden’s Water SupplyWow, did not know there were so many references to pumps and so early!!
  • Carol Jackson on Park Road – or Watery Lane?Only read the first section so far. Most interesting and to hear about the different old features of the various...
  • Bill Buckland on Park Road – or Watery Lane?Have just skimmed through. Two points: you have Bernard House as buying the Volunteer rather than Bernard Harris, The photograph...
  • Chris Propert on Why ‘Bedfont’ HouseWoodward House and Sherborn House were believed to be built in about 1840. The name Sherborn Mews was a confection...
  • Carol Jackson on Campden in LockdownMuch enjoyed all of these videos - lovely to see the latest with Jane and the garden - well done,...
  • Pam on Campden in LockdownA very atmospheric video which captures so very well, not only the Impact of lockdown, but the existence of hope...
  • Robert Montgomery on What’s going on in Campden’s lockdown?Splendid photographs of curious times. Well done all round.
  • Rachel Cunynghame on Campden in LockdownWell done Bill. We really enjoyed the trip around Campden and look forward to when all those places are open...
  • Sue Badger on Campden in LockdownSo well put together, I don’t know if it was the music but found it all very moving. Imagine those...