Photographs of Warwickshire
Location: Town:  Stratford Upon Avon
Comment: The Man in Black from Stratford Town Ghost Walk
Submitted By: John Hogg
Website: http://www.stratfordtownwalk.co.uk
Date Submitted: 13-07-2007
 
Location: Town:  Stratford Upon Avon
Comment: Stratford Town Walk, turn up whatever the weather!
Submitted By: John Hogg
Website: http://www.stratfordtownwalk.co.uk
Date Submitted: 13-07-2007
 
Location: Town:  Stratford Upon Avon
Comment: Visitors enjoying Stratford Ghost Cruise on the River Avon
Submitted By: John Hogg
Website: http://www.stratfordtownwalk.co.uk
Date Submitted: 13-07-2007
 
Location: Village:  Snitterfield
Comment: Jake the dog is rescued in the 2007 floods.
Submitted By: Bradley Warren
Website: http://www.gardenalfresco.co.uk
Date Submitted: 10-02-2008
 
Location: Town:  Stratford Upon Avon
Comment:
Submitted By: Jon Head
Website: http://www.jonheadphotography.com
Date Submitted: 10-07-2008
 
 
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Comment On Cubbington
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On 2008-09-14
Cubbington was founded in 1835 by Sir Adrian Cubb
Comment On Stratford Upon Avon
Submitted by
On 2007-10-16
It's overcrowded, congested, has poor facilities, has been very unsympathetically developed over the years and has lost most of it's charm. The new "World Class Stratford" initiative will probably manage to get rid of what remains.
Comment On Cathiron
Submitted by
On 2007-10-03
does anyone know the christian name of a W J Aldwinckle who lived in Cathiron and who died in Nov 1916 during WW1
Comment On Stratford Upon Avon
Submitted by John Hogg
On 2007-07-13
Stratford upon Avon is a beautiful town full of history. Take the award winning daily guided walk. Walk in William Shakespeare's footsteps and see the timber framed buildings, Shakespeare Town House, Grammar School, Royal Shakespeare Theatres, Holy Trinity Church. Enjoy a gentle cruise on the picturesque River Avon and then later relax in an award winning tearoom or restaurant. There are plenty of attractions to visit and you can end with a little shopping in the good selection of chain shops, or unique shops spread throughout the town. A magical place where the sun always shines!
Comment On Ansley
Submitted by
On 2006-10-23
My father lived there in 1918 Joseph Burrows.Any info please,
Comment On Halford
Submitted by
On 2006-09-22
I am researching my family history, along with the rest of the country! My great great great grandfather was born in Halford. Joseph Watts born 1796. He married Hannah ? and they had 2 children Harriet and William. The address given in the census is "Halford Bridge". At one time I thought they must have lived at the coaching inn. Is there any information on cottages etc late 1700s/early 1800s? replies to jeff . maria at ic24 . net
Comment On Grendon
Submitted by
On 2006-06-05
i live in spon lane grendon. it is a quiet village and is quite boring.
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