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Autumn 2010

No-20No 20: Autumn 2010

  • Saffron Walden and the Battle of Britain: the ‘Few’ lie here  –  Malcolm White
  • Saffron Walden Christmas Fatstock Show c1955  –  Bruce Munro
  • The Potato: early history and the struggle for acceptance  –  Geoffrey Ball
  • Saffron Walden Museum’s 175th Anniversary  –  Carolyn Wingfield
  • Conserving the Town Archives
  • Saffron Walden Historical Journal 2001-2010  –  Gordon Ridgewell
  • Windmill Allotments  –  Jacqueline Cooper
  • Who Lies in the Debden Church Vault?  –  Henry Blackie
  • Imperial Strethall: 19th century links between the Empire and its smallest parish  –  Oriel Williams
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Spring 2010

No-19No 19: Spring 2010

  • Brocwalden, Brook Walden, Audley End Village (Pt 2)  –  Lizzie Sanders
  • The Moat Farm Murder – new documents  –  Jacqueline Cooper
  • The Mysteries of the Woolstaplers’ Hall  –  Martyn Everett
  • An Introduction to Essex Poll Books as a Local History Source  –  Gillian Williamson
  • A Trawl through our Crime Records 1657-1817  –  Jeremy Collingwood
  • Letters to the Editor: The Sun Inn Pargetted Figures
  • Causewayed Enclosures and Stone Circles  –  Paul Daw
  • Obituary: Charles Waite 1919-2009  –  Kathryn Fiddock
  • Obituary: Irene Cranwell 1910-2010  –  Jacqueline Cooper
  • Going to Town  –  Irene Cranwell

Autumn 2009

No-18No 18: Autumn 2009

  • The Pargetting on the Westernmost Gable of the Old Sun Inn, Saffron Walden  –  Bari Hooper
  • Nos 25-27 Church Street, Saffron Walden: the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings comes to the rescue  –  Douglas Kent
  • Vineyards in NW Essex  –  Geoffrey Ball
  • Uttlesford History Fair  –  Gordon Ridgewell
  • Change in the Market Place  –  Jacqueline Cooper
  • Brocwalden, Brook Walden, Audley End Village (Pt 1)  –  Lizzie Sanders
  • The History of Wicken House  –  Deborah Lowe
  • Eglantyne Jebb  –  Clare Mulley
  • Right up my Street  –  Jean Gumbrell
  • Launch of SWHS Publications

Spring 2009

No-17No 17: Spring 2009

  • The Saffron Walden Survey 1912  –  Martyn Everett
  • Molehill Green: village in danger  –  Jacqueline Cooper
  • Some Stately Homes of NW Essex (Pt 3)  –  Bruce Munro
  • NW Essex c.1600: Camden’s Britannia
  • Fund raising in the 14th Century: Walden Abbey and the Impediment of Government Regulation  –  Tony Fox
  • True Tales of the Gibson Estate (Pt 2)  –  Zofia Everett
  • Good – e Woolies  –  Jack Turnbull

Autumn 2008

No-16No 16: Autumn 2008 (Special 75th Anniversary Edition)

  • Foreword  –  Lord Petre
  • 1908: Musical Prodigy Born in Walden: Miss Ruby –  Violet Hurn 1908-2007  –  Marilyn Holmested
  • 1918: The War Ends: ‘Worthy of Laughter or Tears?’ – Armistice 1918  –  Robert Pike
  • 1929: Great Man Elected for Walden: R.A. Butler  –  Sir Alan Haselhurst
  • 1933: Antiquarian Society Founded: The 75th Anniversary of the Saffron Walden Historical Society  –  Kathryn Fiddock
  • Then & Now: The Changing Face of Walden  –  Dick Jemmett
  • 1938: Walden Prepares for War: Preparations for the Possible German Invasion of Saffron Walden  –  Malcolm White
  • 1948: Audley End bought for Nation: Partition, Restoration and Partition of Audley End and its Estate 1748-1948  –  Lizzie Sanders
  • 1958: Carnival v Festival  –  Saffron Walden Weekly News
  • 1969: Tragedy Devastates Townsfolk: The Rose and Crown Inn 1359-1969  –  Zofia Everett
  • 1979: Blueprint for Walden Buildings Published: Saffron Walden Conservation Study  –  John G. O’Leary
  • 1988: Red-Letter Day as the Royals Come to Town  –  Di Pohlmann
  • 1998: Walden Takes the Initiative: Saffron Walden Initiative nearly ten years on  –  Barbara Wilcox

Spring 2008

No-15No 15: Spring 2008

  • Littlebury Green during the Second World War  –  Sarah Casbolt
  • Stately Homes of NW Essex (Pt 2)  –  Bruce Munro
  • A Royal Brief  –  Imogen Mollet
  • Deeds in Danger  –  Dick Lloyd
  • A Moment in Time: Manuden during the Second
  • World War  –  Ray Carter
  • Clavering Castle Project  –  Jacqueline Cooper
  • St Mary’s Medieval Fayre  –  Gordon Ridgewell
  • The Windmills of Walden  –  Geoffrey Ball
  • The Richest Man in Walden: the will and codicil of George Stacey Gibson  –  Jeremy Collingwood
  • W.E. Nesfield and the Missing Archives  –  Dick Lloyd
  • When Bananas grew in Saffron Walden and other True Tales of the Gibson Estate (Pt 1)  –  Zofia Everett
  • Stacey Albums: the preservation of a unique historical record  –  Martyn Everett

Autumn 2007

No-14No 14: Autumn 2007

  • The Wool Industry of NW Essex (Pt 3)  –  Geoffrey Ball
  • Some Stately Homes of NW Essex (Pt 1)  –  Bruce Munro
  • Manuden’s Gentleman Bushranger  –  Fiona Bengtsen
  • East Anglia and the Abolition of the Slave Trade  –  Jeremy Collingwood
  • Obituary: Dick Lloyd 1917-2007  –  Jacqueline Cooper
  • Walden 1647  –  Gordon Ridgewell
  • Comings and Goings in 18th Century Walden  –  Hilary Walker
  • Saffron Walden College  –  Gillian Collins
  • Growing up in Saffron Walden in the 1950s  –  Megan Ridgewell
  • Closure of Harts Shop
  • Villages History News
  • Financing History Projects