Chris Worpole

My pages:

Page link: Victorian Schoolmaster 1865-1875
Victorian Schoolmaster 1865-1875
Henry Yeaxlee of the National School
Page link: Famous Architect Comes to Hadleigh: Part 2
Famous Architect Comes to Hadleigh: Part 2
George Edmund Street designs the Hadleigh National School building in 1855
Page link: Famous Architect Comes to Hadleigh: Part 1
Famous Architect Comes to Hadleigh: Part 1
George Edmund Street, one of the most prominent architects in Victorian England, a man responsible for popularising the Victorian Gothic style
Page link: Teacher thrown from a cart!
Teacher thrown from a cart!
Miss Emma Jane Bell
Page link: Leslie's of Hadleigh
Leslie's of Hadleigh
A Hadleigh store 1958-1987
Page link: Hadleigh an Olympic Winner!
Hadleigh an Olympic Winner!
My visit to the women's mountain biking event
Page link: Who lived at Hadleigh in 1851?
Who lived at Hadleigh in 1851?
The second in a series about Victorian Hadleigh
Page link: Who lived at Hadleigh in 1841?
Who lived at Hadleigh in 1841?
The first in a series about Victorian Hadleigh
Page link: The Olympic Torch Comes To Hadleigh
The Olympic Torch Comes To Hadleigh
On the afternoon of Friday 6th July 2012, the Olympic Torch will be carried through Hadleigh.
Page link: A Year in the Life of a School
A Year in the Life of a School
School log book entries for the National School from 1863
Page link: The Salvation Army Colony School
The Salvation Army Colony School
For a few years in the early 1900s the Farm Colony had its own school.
Page link: Place Names
Place Names
The historian Michael Wood has claimed that all English villages carry their history in their name. This is certainly true of Hadleigh, Thundersley and Daws Heath.
Page link: Ding Dong Merrily On High!
Ding Dong Merrily On High!
Carol singing in The Castle pub
Page link: G. J. Keddie & Sons
G. J. Keddie & Sons
Famous Southend store had a draper's shop in Hadleigh
Page link: Cunning Murrell: The Facts
Cunning Murrell: The Facts
James Murrell was a 'cunning man' who lived at Hadleigh from 1814 to 1860
Page link: Cunning Murrell: The Legend
Cunning Murrell: The Legend
James Murrell was a 'cunning man' who lived at Hadleigh from 1814 to 1860
Page link: Rectory Road c.1928
Rectory Road c.1928
Over 80 years ago, what was on the site now owned by the Iceland supermarket?
Page link: Hadleigh Fire Station during World War II
Hadleigh Fire Station during World War II
The Auxiliary Fire Service
Page link: High Street Blaze 1933
High Street Blaze 1933
Fire at the Castle Garage on 20th February 1933
Page link: A Royal Wedding in Hadleigh
A Royal Wedding in Hadleigh
The son of Henry IV marries at Hadleigh church