The play was written by Jill and Glyn Warwick and performed at the Gloucestershire Federation of Women's Institute's Arts Festival in Cheltenham in 1985. It was subsequently performed later that year at the WI and Harvest Supper which is when this photograph was taken. Performers, from L-R were: Mrs Beadle, Mr T. Pescod (piano), Mrs M. Davis, ...
The play was written by Jill and Glyn Warwick and performed at the Gloucestershire Federation of Women's Institute's Arts Festival in Cheltenham in 1985. It was subsequently performed later that year at the WI and Harvest Supper which is when this photograph was taken. Performers, from L-R were: Mrs M Bell, Mr. T. Pescod, Mrs ...
The chest had been locked for many years and in 2010 a locksmith was engaged to open it. The contents were found to consist mainly of legal documents and other family papers belonging to Mr. Jonathan Slatter, a farmer, who lived in Mickleton at Salford House (later St Lawrence's House, now the Three Ways House ...
The final accounts concerning the village celebrations held for the Queen Mothers 90th birthday.
Date of photograph unknown.
From L-R: Founder members, Mrs Kinchin, Mrs Wright, Dick Ward, Mrs Porter. [Is this correct?]
Photograph of member Mrs Newman, who made the celebratory cake.
Photograph is of Mrs Barnett, Club Chairman.
This was taken before Mr. Struthers moved his business to the rear of his house, Inverlea, on Back Lane. The photograph shows part of the High Street and the area behind the garage which was later demolished to make way for Alveston Grange.
They were married in the parish church of St Lawrence, Mickleton in 1948. Mrs Kitchen, whose maiden name was Brain, is holding a card from the Queen.
Alan Kitchen receives a cup at the annual Gardening Club Flower Show.
Photograph [taken from a newspaper cutting] of Allen S. Kitchen who was presented with the Royal Horticultural Society's Banksian Medal for gaining the most points in the horticultural classes at the annual produce show of the Mickleton Gardening Club in 1982. Allen also won the Dr. Snelson Cup, awarded for the most points in all classes. The ...
Sheds at the allotments on Stratford Road with Meon Hill in the background.
View of Meon Hill as seen from the allotments on Stratford Road.
View of Glyde Hill from the allotments on Stratford Road. The distinctive row of trees which can be seen on the skyline are known locally as the Shenstone pines as they were planted at the suggestion of William Shenstone, a noted landscape garden designer, on a visit to Mickleton Manor.
Alveston Grange, a cul-de-sac of modern homes, was built in 1988-89 off the north side of the High Street. The land was formerly the site of Mickleton garages.