The Slaugham Archives

1947

Handcross W. I. "Mrs Grundy comes to tea" The cast of "Mrs Grundy Comes to Tea'" performed by the Handcross Women's Institute in 1947. From l...
Handcross Youth Club The smartly dressed cream of Handcross youth pose for a photograph in the field behind the Red Lion....
Icicle in Handcross High Street In the High Street, Handcross, this icicle at 1, Redgate Cottages appeared during, I suspect, the ha...
Christmas card from Lower Ashfold The Christmas card was sent by Sir John Lindsey Eric Smith CH, CBE (1923–2007) from Lower Ashfold ...
Vera Sutton School of Dancing at the Parish Hall In the 1940s and 1950s the Vera School School of Dancing held weekly dancing classes in the Handcros...
Pony Club trials at the Hyde In April 1947 Pony Club Equitation and Hunter Trials took place on the Hyde Estate, Handcross and a ...
Handcross Youth Club The Handcross Youth Club gymnastics team under the guidance of Percy Faulkner and John Gratwicke giv...
Sleeping Beauty pantomime in Handcross To raise funds, the newly-formed Handcross Band brought Cuckfield’s pantomime, The Sleeping Beauty...
Handcross Home Guard reunion Along with other platoons, the Handcross Home Guard was disbanded at the end of 1944 once the threat...
The disastrous fire of Nymans house Handcross had already suffered two disastrous fires to local country houses, Handcross Park and High...
The disastrous fire of Nymans house The fire which swept through Nymans house on 19th February 1947 was noticed first by Col. Leonard Me...
The disastrous fire of Nymans house The fire at Nymans house seems to be largely under control but there is still a fireman on a ladder....

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