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The Thames Barge in Benfleet Waters
Some background information plus a selection of artistic and photographic images
Benfleet Pageant 1994
Video of St. Mary's 1100 Year Anniversary Pageant
Essex Carriers Ltd - Video
At Work and Play
"Mrs. Frequently" - Video
With her Old Friends
The Hub - The Olympic Legacy
Opening in April 2015
Benfleet Yacht Club c.1949
After the Commodore's Tea Party
Official Notice from Benfleet Urban District Council
Requirement to mark a House Number
Edward Sargent of Melcombe Road
Travelling Greengrocer & Fruiterer
Crime and Punishment
Recollections of the Second World War in Benfleet
North Benfleet At War 1939-1945
A Glimpse Of The Past
Benfleet Primary School - Mrs Frances Class 1964
School photo 1964
Growing up in Benfleet
Cod Liver Oil, Orange Juice and The Marshall Plan
Aid for Europe
The 1953 East Coast Floods
When Essex Carriers Were Recruited to Assist.
St Mary's Church 10K Challenge
Run, Cycle or Walk to raise funds
'One of the Finest Walks in Essex'
by F. G Whitnall
Old Routes From South Benfleet to Wickford
Rushbottom Lane via North Benfleet
Did you visit our Exhibition?
Annual Exhibition, 7th March 2015, "Benfleet On The Move"
I Remember Walking Across The Stepping Stones
The Memories of Pat Harris
Princess Mary's 1914 Christmas Gift
All serving Benfleet troops would have received this.
Rushbottom Lane Primary School
Coronation Celebration 1953
The 1914 Christmas Truce
A letter owned by a Benfleet resident
'Bryn Teg' Vicarage Hill
Where was this property?
King John School (formerly Benfleet Secondary School) early 1950s
A Boarder at Runnymede House in the 1950s
Hi John Jones Just wondering if you have any pictures of the house in St Clements Avenue or the house...
“Blood Moon” over Benfleet
Did you film the black line across moon ?
For Margie Lewis. Have just seen your post - 3 years too late maybe. Dennis Walsh was my mate's dad....
Is that the Ian Roberts who was my best mate in the 70s ? Philip Hannan
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