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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
1936 Footpaths Pictures and Routes
Some of these tracks are now the Thames Estuary Path
Wigfull the artist
An atmospheric and iconic image
St George's Garden
Hard work redesigning the garden
The Houseboat 'Jessica'
Moored in Church Creek in the 1940's or 50's
The Benfleet Wreaths laid on Remembrance Sunday 2014
These are the wreaths laid on the War Memorial
Benfleet Dramatic Society
Origins of the Society
Belgravia Flowers honours the war dead
Poppy Window display at 188 High Road
Benfleet Remembrance Sunday 9th November 2014
During the 100th Anniversary year of the start of WW1
Benfleet Remembrance Service
Video of the service
Letter from Sir Charles Nicholson
To The Rev R. Gardner
The changing shop fronts of 302 High Road
Frankie's Rain or Shine opens
Benfleet Seventy Years Ago
Written in 1947 by Sir Charles Archibald Nicholson, Bart.
Written by Walter A. Bingham in 1947
Souvenir of Benfleet
Small china pot with three Saxon Seaxes
Documentation from the second world war period
Reverend Ralph Gardner
Vicar of St Mary's Church 1927 - 1942
My name is Janet Hayward nee Comerford, CW Comerford was my dad. He died in 1961, he was a brilliant...
I spent most of my school years looking through the window of Mr Pickett's shop window. He had some great...
‘Formosa’, Roseberry Avenue
I can't unfortunately add anything useful to your story of Formosa - however there was an adjoining plot - either...
Mr Joyce’s memories of HMS London and PQ17
My Dad was an Able Seaman on London. Like Mr Joyce he was on the ship for the arctic convoys...
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