1. Salcott post office, which is perhaps everyone's idea of what a village post office is like. However, since that caption from an Essex Countryside article in...
Date: After April 1935
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2. St. Mary's Church, Salcott. The church still has oil lamps. Photo thought to be between 1935 and 1960.
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3. Cottages by the Church, Salcott, Essex. Photo thought to be between 1935 and 1960. One of the cottages was lived in by Nancy Cullum and her mother.
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4. Cottage in Salcott where Nancy Cullum and her mother lived. Date not known but probably c1941. Pansies are growing in front of the cottage. See Farming...
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5. Salcott Church - interior.
The East Window is dedicated "To the glory of God in loving memory of Mary Elizabeth Brett who died 17 March 1895".
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6. Salcot Church
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7. The old butcher' shop that stood on the corner of The Street and
Rose Lane, Salcot. The last butcher to use this shop was Mr Ponder as far as I know. [Ron...
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8. The Old Sun Inn Salcot, 1898
Rows from the back.
1. Abraham Foakes, Will Howard, Will Francis, John Coldham, Ted Cullum, Bill Clench, Sam...
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9. The Cross Roads, Salcott, looking east towards the village.
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10. Salcott - the street. Ponder's butcher's shop on the right. The Sun Inn on the left in the distance. 1920s ?
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11. The Street, Salcott. The Sun Inn on the right. 1920s ?
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13. The Post Office, Salcot in the 1920s. Run by N. Hanley
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14. Why the sun had to set on village's only pub. Closure of The Sun Inn at Salcott. Article from Evening Gazette, 5 April 1995.
Includes photographs of...
Date: 5 April 1995
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15. Community spirit makes a comeback. The 19th century old Salcott school has been refurbished, revamped and repainted by the villagers.
Article by Kate...
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16. Village spirit is alive and well. The old school building in Salcott has been refurbished, revamped and repainted, all thanks to the villagers.
Date: 12 June 1997
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17. Villagers celebrate their new-look village hall. Article on Salcott's restored village hall from Colchester Courier, Summer 1997.
Centre picture shows Nick...
Date: cAugust 1997
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18. Welcome to Salcott Millennium Village. Far from the madding crowds.
Robin and Winifred King, Martin and Ann Parmenter, John Moore, Adam Dyster, Sue...
Date: 20 October 2013
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19. Salcott School around 1900.
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20. The former school at Salcott. The school closed 1937 - 1938 and for many years it was used as a Church Hall. By 1996 the hall was damp, in poor condition, and...
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21. Salcott - the opening of the Village Hall in 1996.
John Moore second from the left. Revd. Keith Lovell centre behind front row.
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22. Salcott - the former school, restored and back in use as the Village Hall.
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23. Old barn at Virley, since demolished.
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24. Barge EVA ANNIE loading trusses of hay from a cart at Abbotts Hall, Salcott Creek. This is not the 'ship dock' but another wharf on the creek.
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25. Barge EVA ANNIE loading hay at Abbotts Hall, Salcott Creek. This was not the 'ship dock' but another wharf on the creek [Ray Baldwin].
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26. Virley White Hart and Salcott Creek.
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27. Virley White Hart and Salcott Creek.
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28. Salcott Creek.
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29. Virley White Hart.
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30. View down Salcott Creek.
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