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Past

Bomb victim is still in hospital (October 6, 1988)

MULTIPLE BIRTHS: The cross-Suffolk ewes at Ab Lench which produced two batches of lambs.

Well, would ewe believe it?

Villagers in flap over chicken farm

HUNT: Fire crews search the ashes for the lost ring.

Newlyweds lose home in a blaze

Pershore run out victorious

Calves born four days apart

Calves born four days apart

Snowshill lives up to its name

AROUND THE PIANO: The Happy Wanderers proved a popular attraction in the early 1960s

Variety party of 50 years ago was a popular draw

NostalgiaJournal - Man ran through town in hotpants and a bikini top

NostalgiaJournal - Shy men wouldn’t sit next to women

COMFORT: Chipping Campden Almshouse resident Mary Moore

NostalgiaJournal - Earl led charge for almshouses

On reflection, they were the happiest days

On reflection, they were the happiest days

Shock at man’s starvation death

Sweets taken off rations as children marked Coronation

Sweets taken off rations as children marked Coronation

Whoa boy! Horse bolted after being spooked by steam roller

LEFT, RIGHT: Some of these youngsters pictured in 1956 are still well-known people in Evesham.

Can you spot the familiar faces in this cadet troop?

STONEMASON: Charles Keitley.

Bell Tower’s friend

IVOR’S ENGINE: Ivor Marshall behind the wheel of the train, owned by Marshalls Transport.

Transport firm’s smallest vehicle

Jacko was first bird on the box

Are you related to girl in painting?

Are you related to girl in painting?

Journal tribute to Peter Pan creator

PULL: The Journal reported crowds of several thousand people at the Robert Dover’s Games of 1972.

Nostalgia - Bredon’s ‘primitives’ kicked off

Nostalgia - Horrible murder of family's duck

Nostalgia - Gissit isn’t only a Papal imperative

‘Bored housewife’ got away with five trolleys-worth in store raid

Nostalgia - The day the sun stopped shining

A round up of pictures from the Cotswold Olimpick showcase.

Was ist das? German filmcrew treated to Olimpick showcase

School plays in 1972

School plays in 1972

Estate agents reported boom in house sales, with soaring prices

‘We’re holding our own,’ said grateful vicar to townspeople

Arthur ready with his pitchfork as his nephew entered a lion cage.

Luck, liquor and lion taming

Quite a result

Top honour for former war artist

From the archives

Mayor’s pride at second chance to proclaim a new king in 1936

Mayor’s pride at second chance to proclaim a new king in 1936

From the archives

Scouts got a smart new base

Vale youngster Oliver Hutchinson has a go on the slippery pole at Evesham Fire Station

Dream came true for youngster with a tour of town’s fire station

Face to face with the past

Crash into pylon plunged village into darkness

FROM THE ARCHIVE

Journalist of 1911 painted vivid word picture of hunt’s first meet

Disappointment after closely fought rugby game

From the Archives

Diamond wedding couple kept a dignified distance in photograph

Diamond wedding couple kept a dignified distance in photograph

FROM THE ARCHIVES

'Unfortunate incident' led to team’s collapse

Village fete went ahead despite terrible weather

Villagers feared gipsy children would ‘swamp’ primary school

From the Archives - June 16, 2011

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