Heavy duty hoses made in Batford
Willow canes were specially planted near the River Lea downstream from Batford Mill
Boundary Extention - 1935
Transcript of a document by Geoff Woodward, c2004 - and later comments
William Freelove Divers - Miller
Many a happy childhood hours spent at the springs
A talk given by Oliver Randall to the Society on 25 September 2012.
A pool fed with spring water
Manufacturers of soil sterilizers
Taken from Ernest Ackroyd's Scrapbook in LHS Archives
President Eric MORECAMBE.
Methodism in Batford dates back to 1884, when a few cottages on the road between Luton and Wheathampstead housed workers ...
For the kids on the estate when snow was on the ground, “The Dell” was the place to be with ...
Photos taken by my Aunt, Marion Lewis, in the early 1950s
Traces of early settlement, needing urgent further survey
THE LOCAL COMMUNITY OWES MR PAT WILSON (1910 – 1988) A HUGE DEBT FOR HIS VISION AND IMPLEMENTATION OF IMPROVEMENTS ...
Descendants of Emily Lines (b. 1875 in St Albans)
Wendy has given permission for this to be copied from the Old Harpenden Years Gone By Facebook page, where it ...
The Domesday Book of 1086 listed four watermills along the River Lea in the Parish of Wheathampstead. One was in ...