Two page article from Hampshire Magazine January 1978 by John Simms "Wartime and Happy Days" describes his family's escape to Broughton 1939-45 and life in the village for a town-boy during wartime. Topics include housing, schooling, farming, countryside, animals and birds, transport, church services.
List of press items and an article from the Andover Advertiser covering various matters.
Cecil Halford with a demonstration baler at Hyde Farm in the 1930s
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.
Broughton Bus. Open bus loaded, thought to be Wesleyan outing. Bus belonged to E.W.Mare Speedwell Motor Coaches, Broughton, Hants.
Broughton House with old car in front of front door. On back " The proud owners of one of the first cars in Broughton, outside Broughton House. (The Tomkins)".
The village bus outside Angel Inn, Heytesbury. Hewlett, G.Hinwood, unknown, unknown, unknown, Mildred Henry and sister Robinson, unknown, ?unknown, Aldridge, unknown, unknown, May Dawkins.
A photo relating to a study concerning Broughton Railway Station. Displayed for Norman Court Sale of outlying properties in Broughton.
Letter and details about Broughton Railway Station study.
Jean Lansley's aunt getting on bus on top road (Salisbury Road).
An essay about the Broughton and Mottisfont Community Bus.
Horse and cart with driver and boy near Deep Ford.
Motor car outside garage, Ivy cottage, The Knap and Well Cottage.
Dunbridge Station (London & SW Railway) from the South East. From album from Queenwood College.
First village bus in the Square with Rector David Howe, Gwen Hatcher and Joan Stone
Press cutting featuring Broughton's fist bus
Herbie on cart with Paddy Pearce, Pixie Thomas, Peter Thomas, Sybil Pratt.
Bert Bevis says "Petty’s milk float, Gillingham up, towards Hewletts shop".
Church Sunday School on outing to Cowes, on Southbound platform of Horsebridge Station.
A newspaper article about Leonard's Grave
This is a picture of PC Peter Pearl on motorcycle duty taken at Coolers sale.
Press cutting 1934 found with Robert Aitken's study of footpaths.
Press article By C.Cochrane about routes from Winchester to west.