Woodford Halse Archive

Around Woodford Halse

Locals enjoying a pint at the Hare and Hounds The old green tin hut used as a church room 1920s Wedding 2008 Winter fair Northpole Winter fair 2009 Celebrations for King George V Shops down Parson Street Twin bridges along Eydon Road.

Help Needed

Do you have any information about the prisoner of war camp, Byfield Road 1945 - 1952?.

If anybody has any information, write-ups, photographs etc. we would be grateful.

Found any Errors?

We know they’re there may be some inaccuracies within the descriptions of the contents of these files. Excepting mistakes, what is written is what we have been told.

The photographic archive material we have collected, is from various sources and due to their age vary in quality; attribution has been given where known.

If you know anything which may help us to write a more complete description please let one of the team know and we will endeavour to add/modify/correct and complete the names/dates/descriptions within these pages.

Woodford Archive

Creating and maintaining an archive of important images, documents and memories in the words of those who lived the history in and around Woodford cum Membris.

The idea for a village archive for Woodford Halse was first suggested in late 2007 by Yvonne Roberts, Cador Roberts, Julie Williams and Phillip Bainbridge.

The original team members of the Woodford Halse Archive

The Archives

The archive photographs and documents that were collected had to be scanned separately, then documented and placed into one of the files; along with an accompanying printout of its description.

There are several folders and file books which are currently being translated for upload to this site to achieve the goal of making the archive material collected available to those who are interested.

This is an on-going project, the images taken today will be the archive of tomorrow. If you have any images, documents or stories that would be suitable, please let us know.

Next Meeting

Monday 21st November 2016 7:00p.m.

The Memorial Hall, Station Road, Woodford Halse, NN11 3RB

Tales to tell?

If you have tales to tell on the history of Woodford cum Membris, Woodford Halse, Hinton or West Farndon please get in touch.

Did You Know?

Or did you realise that it was 50 years ago last month (September 2016) that the last train left Woodford Halse?

Commemeration

A commemoration of the event was held in the former British Railways Staff Association Club, now known as the Woodford Halse Social Club on the 3rd September 2016.

The last train from Woodford Halse Station, travelling from Nottingham to Marylebone
Last Train from Woodford