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The Story of Heyford: Heyford Feast – The visiting fair

Heyford Feast The fair has been coming for Heyford Feast in October for as long as anyone can remember. Heyford Feast is the anniversary of the dedication of our Parish Church and takes place on the first Sunday after the … Continue reading

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Village Hall – Fete – May 2019

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Nether Heyford Baptist Chapel – About Us

Welcome to our Chapel as we celebrate 220 years of its existence. In 1799, a small group of Heyford people first met together regularly for worship in a building belonging to Mr Richard Adams and before that time they attended … Continue reading

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The Story of Heyford: The Ancient Order of Foresters

The Ancient Order of Foresters was a co-operative society. This photograph shows their gala day in 1900-1901. Could there have been any link between this and the naming of The Foresters Arms? Extract from The Story of Heyford – Volume … Continue reading

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The Story of Heyford: Three Wise Men

Pictured here around 1950 are Wakefield Whitton, William Denny , and Bernard Kingston. Mr Whitton owned Brook Farm before it was demolished and replaced by the modern houses in Watery Lane and Brookside. Wakefield Way was named after him. William Denny … Continue reading

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The Story of Heyford: The Books

The Story of Heyford was a series of local books published telling the story of Nether Heyford, Northamptonshire. Continue reading

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Memories of Nether Heyford: Joan Collins

What I Know And Remember About Nether Heyford. (The memories of Joan Collins, and life at Wharf Farm) Continue reading

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