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Launch Event at Laindon Library
Legacy -Youth Outreach of St George's Church
Legacy is the youth outreach of St Georges Church in the local community. Matt Rose, ...
Lighting a Beacon to celebrate her Majesty the Queen's 90th birthday.
Event took place on the RSPB West Canvey Marsh site
Medieval Roads in Benfleet
No significant changes for over a thousand years
Motorbike Scrambling on the Downs
Oral History of Richard Yetton Recorded January 2011
Mr Joyce on HMS London 1942-46
To Alexandria and the Far East
Mr Joyce receives a Russian Ushakov medal
For being part of the WW2 Arctic Convoys
Mr Joyce's memories of HMS London and PQ17
He served in the Royal Navy on the arctic convoys during WW2.
Open Day and Official Website Launch
5th March, Benfleet Methodist Church
Peter and Olive Nunn
Memories of Benfleet
Pre-Roman Roads in Benfleet
Evidence to show that Benfleet did not exist before the Romans came
Princess Mary's 1914 Christmas Gift
All serving Benfleet troops would have received this.
Remembrance Day Service.
11 November 2012.
Robert Varty 1835-1926
The man who sold Benfleet to Londoners
Roman Roads in Benfleet around 250 AD
Connecting Canvey and Hadleigh to the wider world
Route to Canvey from Benfleet changed in 1828
A change which ultimately destroyed Benfleet High Street
S.S. Empire Heath. (Sunderland).
Edward Alan Coleman. First Radio Steward.
Sapper Ellison Way
Naming ceremony on Monday 20th June 2016
Saxon Roads in Benfleet c 500 AD
How rising sea levels changed the road layout
School Boy Memories From the Late 1930's
Benfleet School, The Summer Fair, The High Road Shops
Smuggler's Store found at Old Hoye Inn
Newspaper report 19th August 1913
South Benfleet Horticultural Society.
The Staff, Shows and Exhibitors.
St George's Church 1926 - 1962
Daughter Church to St Peter's
St George's, The New Church Building 1962
The Vicar Lends a Hand
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