Browse Items (189 total)

HHHospital.pdf
Details of the officials, Dr Perry (Medical Officer in charge), Lady Grace Barry (Commandant) ; record cards for Nan Bircham and her sister Dorothy Bruce.

Cyclists.pdf
The role of cyclists in WWI. Reference to their training manual.

Schools.pdf
Brief look at primary schools in Reepham in the 1900s; Reepham St. Mary's; Hackford & Whitwell Primary School; closure of St Mary's.

CawstonRoad.pdf
Aerial photograph of the junction on the B1145 before modification in the 1990s

Bowls.pdf
Reference to Daisy Mole, a successful member of Reepham Ladies Bowls Team.

Rations.pdf
Description of Rationing in Britain in the 1950s

Cricket.pdf
The ups and downs of Reepham Cricket Club in the late 19th century.

MarketPlace.pdf
Comparison of the roofline of Robertson's shop at the time of Queen Victoria's Jubilee and the stepped pattern visible in a 1920s photograph. Alterations were probably made in the early 1900s.
Details of the life of Robert Barber, watchmaker &…

Shepherd.pdf
Some details of the life of Robert Eaglen, shepherd & gamekeeper, who lived on Bawdeswell Road.

VeteranCar.pdf
Story about AH222, the veteran car pictured outside Reepham Town Hall when it was being used as a Red Cross Hospital during WWI.

Riches.pdf
A few details about the products on sale in Riches' shop and some information about Mary Woods, the shop's previous owner.

Scouts.pdf
Description of the uses of staves in the boy scouts, with photograph of the Hackford House Troop in 1911.

StimpsonsPiece.pdf
Opening of the pavilion in 1976 with Dickie Henderson.

Eggs.pdf
Mary Lovick was summoned on the information of Arthur Charles Spinks of Scarning (an egg collector for Messrs Sainsbury), for selling eggs not of the quality demanded by the purchaser.

FredGibbs.pdf
Photograph of an early motorbike with a wicker sidecar being ridden by Fred Gibbs with his cousin Edward Gibbs jnr as the passenger. Article includes details of Frederick Gibbs early life before he came to Reepham.

AmissRiddle.pdf
Information about Richard Amiss, a grocer, draper and tailor of Reepham in the mid-1800s.

Timeline.pdf
Discussion of changes in Reepham, and how the archive is recording those changes.

MysteryBoxO.pdf
Information and speculation about the box outside Very Nice Things, sometimes known as the 'Blanket Box'.

GB-REE-1905081806 Reepham Band Thetford 1978.jpg
Press cutting of Reepham Town Band's success in the East Anglian Brass Band Competition at Thetford. The Band came out top of the Class A section and qualified for entry into the national championships the following year.

GB-REE-1905081138 Fakenham Band 1924.jpg
Group photograph of 17 band members at an outdoor event. Probably Fakenham Band.
Tommy Ruffles Back Row, 2nd from right
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