Henley in Arden. Armistice Day

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Date:1918

Description:Crowd of people in Henley-in-Arden celebrating Armistice Day. November 11th 1918 [The indoor service planned for 11th Nov. was called off because of the 'Spanish' influenza. Instead, an outdoor meeting was held on 12th Nov. in the Market Place. Dr Nelson (the High Bailiff) made a short speech; also on the platform were the Revd. L.G.Schofield and Mr T.R.Perkins.]


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1880s
Beaudesert.  Rectory
Beaudesert. Rectory

Beaudesert Rectory with family group. 1880s

1900s
Henley in Arden.  Rectory
Henley in Arden. Rectory

Henley in Arden rectory from the back garden. 1900s

1920s
Henley in Arden.  High Street North End
Henley in Arden. High Street North End

View of the North end of the High Street from the church tower, Beaudesert. 1920s...

1950s
Beaudesert.  East window, St Nicholas' Church
Beaudesert. East window, St Nicholas' Church

Detail of the east window in St Nicholas's church, Beaudesert. 1950s

1970s
Henley in Arden.  St John's Church and the Guildhall
Henley in Arden. St John's Church and the Guildhall

The Church of St John the Baptist and the Guildhall, Henley in Arden. 1973

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