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Poems about Campden including "The Campden Innings", in "The Shipstoniad", by an Old Campdonian.
Poems about Campden including “The Campden Innings”, in “The Shipstoniad”, by an Old Campdonian. Given by L.F. Thompson. (A marvellous burlesque Virgilian epic poem, celebrating a cricket match between Chipping Campden and Shipston, citing several players identified in a covering letter from Allan Warmington.) Player names include Roberts, Gurton, Hartwell, Hiron, Horne, Coombs.
Canon Kennaway, A Victorian Vicar of Campden
Text of a talk given to CADHAS, 17 March 1988. Jill Wilson Background Notes on life of Canon Kennaway. Jill Wilson
Graham and Vivien Greene in Campden 1931-33
Leaflet commissioned by present owners in 2012 to mark the fixing of a Blue Plaque to their cottage, Little Orchard in Hoo Lane, to commemorate the time that Graham and Vivien Greene lived there. Text mentions many Campden characters including Nellie Greenall, Martha Ellis,Thomas Elsley, Charles Seitz, Ernie Buckland, Bob Dickenson and Father Bilsborrow. Digital background ...
1985 Robert Dover's Games and Scuttlebrook Wake
Programme 31 May and 1 June 1985
Fete at Westington, 1934, cutting
Fete at Westington by kind permission of Paul Woodroffe, cutting from ‘The Journal’ of 17th September 2009, archives section of 75 years ago.
1992 Robert Dover's Cotswold Olympick Games and Scuttlebrook Wake
Programme and flier for 29 May and 30 May 1992. Flier in Box F5
Robert Dover's Games and Scuttlebrook Wake
Programme leaflet 1 June and 2 June 1984
Robert Dover's Games and Scuttlebrook Wake
Programme 3 June and 4 June1983.
Peter Haines, Blockley, probate copy of will 6/11/1810.
Mr Peter Haines of Blockley, handwritten copy of the Probate of his will dated 6/11/1810. Items left to Isaac Haines, Mary Wilkes, Jonathan Haines, Catherine Haines, George Haines and Mary Haines. Left 4 cottages in Watery Lane. Agreement for Peter Haines to pay his father for the four cottages. Receipt for said payment.
54 photographs of construction and renovation works by J.J.Warmington
25 x Westington Manor 15 x Little Close, Berrington.[now called Canons Mead] 2 x Dovers Hill House 3 x Old Kings Arms 3 x The Beehive, Catbrook 4 x Westington Corner 2 x Sedgecombe
Research notes "Campden a New History" and the Noel Archives. LLRRO
Research notes of Geoffrey Powell (Past CADHAS President) from Leicester Record Office, for the book “Campden a New History” and the Noel Archives. (File 8). Contains: 1. Notes on visit to Leicester RO re Noel. 2. Typed notes of LeRO visit by Jill Wilson 3. References to Exton papers by Allan Warminton. 4. Summary of references to Baptist Hicks ...
Chipping Campden Planning Policy 1985
Adopted 7 November 1985. See also draft of this – 2006/068/PP.
1981 Robert Dover's Games
Programme of events for 29 May and Scuttlebrook Wake 30 May 1981
Campden WEA course 1930, newspaper cutting
Campden Workers’ Education Association’s course of talks on “Art of the Theatre”, with practical play acting. Cutting from Evesham Journal November 2005, Archives November 8th 1930. More than 30 people attended at the Woolstaplers’ hall.
Robert Hiron - a soldier's life
Papers relating to research into Robert Hiron, who sent a letter to his father, John Hiron, after the Battle of Talavera 1809. Includes copy of his Certificate of Service. Research by Geoffrey Powell, correspondence with South Wales Borderers and Shakespeare Birthplace Trust. Original letter subsequently donated to CCHS and accessed 2021/005. See also article by Jennifer ...
2003 Robert Dover's Olimpick Games and Scuttlebrook Wake
Programme for 30 May and 31 May 2003 Flier for Games and Wake 29/5/1998 – 30/5/1998 in Box F5.
Izod Family Tree
Izod family tree, descended from John Izod 1475-1510. Compiled by Keith Izod. Query 13/068
"Boot Camps": evacuee experience WWII
Scanned photocopy of “Boot Camps” extract by Winnie Struthers from H. V. Nicholson’s “Prisoners of War: True Stories of Evacuees: Their lost Childhood”, p 178, Chapter 16, pub 2000, Gordon Publishing.
Chamberlain's Illustrated Household Almanack 1916
An Almanack and Campden District Guide published in Campden by Chamberlain and Sons. Campden 1916. Original given by Mr Usher. Bound by Allan Warmington in 2000 Scanned copy in Digital Archive.
Royal Visits to Campden
Visits of Henry II, King John, Henry III, Edward II, Edward VII and Queen Mary to Campden. by Josephine Griffiths
Altar hangings at Westminster Abbey
Two photos of the altar hangings at Westminster Abbey that were copied from the altar hangings at Chipping Campden, with copy of letter of thanks from Westminster Abbey.
Campden Police Station. Built 1871. File of Information.
Campden Police Station. File of Information about Campden Police station and Magistrates court. Built 1871. Collected by Carol Jackson, J.P. North Gloucestershire, March 2000 for the Millennium exhibition. Contains descriptive information, photographs, details of former magistrates, extracts from Campden Court books, Record Office deeds, details of purchase of Police Station.
A Tapestry in Time
A brief history of the Church of St Martin and the Manor of Barcheston. A pamphlet produced to accompany an exhibition held in the church on 15th-16th September 2001.
Maypole dance in the 20th century
Maypole dance in the 20th century – further studies of a North Cotswold town – Chipping Campden. Notes of a talk given by Craig Fees.
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