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2 days ago
On this day in Harwich Dovercourt and Parkeston

On this day 1903
The Alexandra Hotel officially opened.
the "Alex" was considered the most prestigious hotel in town,
the Oak staircase provided access to 39 bedrooms on the first and second floors. ... See more

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4 days ago
Harwich Ships

Looking for any photos,memorabilia of the St George

St George. July 1983

Harwich. 1968-1984

Photo by George Woods

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4 days ago
Michelle

Very fond memories of the Cliff Hotel and I know it is being made into flats etc; any photos of progression would be appreciated, as I don't live locally anymore. Thank you. xx

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6 days ago
Summer Carnival

Summer Carnival
Do you have any photos,cuttings ?

(c) WTJ

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6 days ago
Public Houses

Alma outing ?

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1 week ago
People & Events

Red Cross ? (1962)

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1 week ago
The Harcourt Players

The Hostage - 1970

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1 week ago
Beacon Hill Fort

Harwich was in the front line defences during WWI and Beacon Hill Fort was once again improved with the further threat of war with Germany, plans were drawn up to reactivate and rearm the fort but it ... See more

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1 week ago
People & Events

On 19 May 1905, King Edward VII visited Dovercourt. The main purpose of the visit was to inspect the local militia. In the evening before returning to London, the King had dinner with his officers ... See more

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1 week ago
On this day in Harwich Dovercourt and Parkeston

King's visit, May 19th 1905.
Only a few people knew the precise details of King Edward VII's visit although it was thought that a Royal Visit was imminent to inspect the Norfolk Military during ... See more

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1 week ago
Great Oakley

A Historian is trying to trace relatives of Land Army Women who boosted Britain’s food production during the Second World War around Great Oakley.

Beryl said there were nine women who came to ... See more

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2 weeks ago
School Life

St. Joseph's - First Communion (1971)

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2 weeks ago
Bernards of Harwich

Bernards Girls on either VE or VJ Day 1945
Back L-R = Rita Bird, Beryl Tye, Mavis Pratchett, Sheila Mallows, Barbara Tye
Front L_R = Barbara Vincent, Maureen Franklin, Rita Russell

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2 weeks ago
Harwich Mayors

Fire Brigade 1914 with Edward Saunders.
Captain David Wills, On his right is the Mayor Alderman E Saunders.

Alderman and Mayor from 1912-1918. The firm of Saunders was well known builders in the ... See more

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2 weeks ago
Landlords and Landladies

Vilolet Harris - Spread Eagle

Augustus & Violet Hariis came to Harwich in 1914 when Mr Harris worked for the Royal Army ordnance depot until 1919.

He then worked for Wells and Son, in Station Road, ... See more

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2 weeks ago
On this day in Harwich Dovercourt and Parkeston

On 11th May 1987 the luxury ferry Earl William arrived at the train ferry terminal .The vessel had been chartered by the home office as a temporary accommodation for asylum seekers to alleviate ... See more

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2 weeks ago
Jackie

ladies darts team. golden lion harwich

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2 weeks ago
Harwich Dovercourt

Today is Teacher Appreciation day
Who do you remember?and why

Harwich County Primary Staff.

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2 weeks ago
On this day in Harwich Dovercourt and Parkeston

Bernard's Factory, Harwich 1941.
Bernards has always been, throughout the 20th century, a name synonymous with Harwich. Charles Bernard started tailoring uniforms in 1896. The threat of war in 1938 ... See more

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2 weeks ago
Alan

Random share

Here is an old black & white photo I took with my Kodak Brownie 127 camera in the early 1960's. I was staying with some friend's in Tollgate, Dovercourt at the time. Sadly I don't have the negative, ... See more

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