Transcribed talk given by R.T.Parr to the Broughton Society 1993.
Group across road by The Thatch.
List of press items and an article from the Andover Advertiser covering various matters.
Bournemouth, Sunday 27 August 38” Bert Bevis: Flack: Maurice Dawkins: Harry Munday: Jack Bird: Tom Hinwood: Jack Knight: Jim Hinwood: Bernard Goodyear: Arch Stone: ?Ford: Harry Cards in trademark white plimsols: Billy Ray: Bill Brewer: driver.
Women and children getting on bus for outing
Band outside Dowse School in the High Street.
Post card donated by Mrs Curtis's executors showing Broughton band with Bill Lansley, Ted's uncle; John Stone; ?; Harry Munday; Daunensey of Market House; ?; Arther Stone; ?; Charles Harris; Giles; ?; Read; ?; Blackwell of the Post Office; Alf Stone son of John Reg Stone's father; ?; Horace Lansley; Bert Carter, baker; Percy Daubeney, ...
Broughton Baptist Chapel reopening after alterations designed by William Turner.
Broughton Celebrates 1887 Jubilee. People in Square, banner and Band of Hope.
People gathering for the Jubilee procession. Opposite Manor Farm. Band of Hope Banner. Police band in attendance.
Programme ticket and flyer for 84 Charing Cross Road.
An article from the Hampshire Chronicle about the Broughton Fair.
Programme for May 1986, with a report of the fair in 1871.
Broughton Riding For the Disabled Open Day 7 June 1995.
Pages 6, 7 and 8 of a typed catalogue of items at an exhibition staged in St Mary's church on 9th and 10th May 1980. It lists items exhibited and includes a review of significant events of local history contributed by villagers and from the county archives. It was distributed to all households in the ...
A: Bell on ground. B: Tower, C: By clock. D: Tower. Probably the raising of the 6th bell in memory of George Petty in 1934.
Church Interior, St Mary's East end, altar, decorated for festival
Back Row, left to right: Christopher Robinson, Builder, Owl Cottage; F.D. King, Farmer, Nutley Farm; W.C. Upshall, Dowse School Master; A. Hewlett, Shopkeeper, Old Bake House; Rev. E. Poore, Curate, Foords Farm then Glencoe; J. Ayles, Test Valley Surveyor, Blackbirds; T. Hinwood, Shopkeeper, Top Shop and The Square; G.G. Brown, Gent, Mill House and Farmer. Front ...
Children's fancy dress parade at 50th Annual Flower Show in 1937. Miss Yarnold on left.
Possibly Coronation Day. Josephine Stone; Alastair Purver; Michael Shears; Peter Redshaw; Johnny Glasspool; Judith Woodland; Margaret (surname not known); Phyllis Stone, Stella (surname not known); Mary Hiscock; Edward Carter. Mrs Dowthwaite, Mrs.Glasspool.
View taken at the Broughton Flower Show in 1928 where the giant ball used in the game of Push-ball, then being promoted by the Daily Mail as an advertising gimmick, may have been stealing the show.
Garden Gallery Catalogue A 1995. More documents are available and catalogues for other years.
Garden Gallery Catalogue D 1998. More documents are available and catalogues for other years.
Catalogue K 2003. More documents are available and catalogues for other years. Refer to administrator.