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Lloyd Hughes Owens' account of schools in Bampton

  • BCA - 2017.717
  • Item
  • mostly first 60 years of C20th

When Lloyd Hughes Owens retired in the 1960s he put the finishing touches to his album all about schools in Bampton. There is mention of the Old Grammar School, now our library and the exhibition room used by West Ox Arts and the Archive called t...

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Bridge Street first half of C20th

  • BCA - 2017.1205
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  • early twentieth century

This picture postcard shows Bridge Street from opposite Sherbourne Villas looking east. The nearer pub is the Wheat Sheaf which became the Post Office in 1972. The thatched pub is the Elephant & Castle. The barn on the angle of the turn int...

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Wenrisc Ward in Witney hospital reopens April 4th 2016

  • BCA - 2017.1029
  • Item
  • April 4th 2016

Wenrisc Ward in Witney Hospital closed for 7 months for refurbishment and reopened on April 4th 2016. The ward has a new kitchen, day room and gym.

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Time Team dig at Radcot May 15th 2008

  • BCA - 2017.868
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  • May 15th 2008

The television program Time Team did a dig at Radcot May 15th 2008. While not in Bampton, the keep they found which had been built there had Bampton connections because the battles between Matilda and Stephen took place in both Radcot and Bampton.

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Altar with Roman Goddess Fortuna found by Gerald Read on Knapps Farm

  • BCA - 2017.767
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  • n/a

The altar is carved from a large block of limestone measuring 96cms in height. In the front of the block is carved a niche which contains a seated figure, shown in relief. The figure is that of the Roman Goddess Fortuna, wearing a long tunic and...

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Letter from Reading Museum re Bampton Macehead

  • BCA - 2017.721
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  • September 9th 1971

A letter from R A Rutland, Archaeologist of the County Borough of Reading Museum and Art Gallery. Mr Rutland acknowledges that they do have the Bampton Macehead which probably came from Bampton Castle ie Ham Court.

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Archaeological dig just west of the church 2001

  • BCA - 2017.546
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  • 2001

In 2001 Alan Hardy from the Oxford Archaeological Unit ran a dig in a field just to the west of St Mary's because there were plans to build there. This article from The Beam tells you all about it and the Saxon finds. There is also an artic...

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Sales brochure for Ham Court 2010

  • BCA - 2017.528
  • Item
  • 2010

Ham Court along with the barns and outbuildings plus 22 acres was put up for sale by Jesus College Oxford in 2010 and was bought by Emma Bridgewater. This is the sales brochure and I'm sorry to say the scanned versions given to me clearly ha...

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Bampton and Clanfield bellringers' ringing outing October 25th 2003

  • BCA - 2017.602
  • Item
  • October 25th 2003

The Bampton and Clanfield ringers had a good ringing outing on October 21st 2003. They rang in Shipston-on-Stour, Stratford upon Avon, Lower Quinton, Welford-upon-Avon, Ilmington and finally at Lower Brailes.

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Old oven at No3 Church View

  • BCA - 2017.580
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  • July 26th 2013

No3 Church View, also called Bakehouse Cottage used to be a place where people took their bread and meat to be cooked before people in general had their own oven. One oven has been left in and the house owner kindly allowed me to photograph it bo...

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Frost entrance of Bampton Manor

  • BCA - 2017.561
  • Item
  • 1980s

This photographs shows the main entrance to Weald Manor. The Latin inscription above the door is more or less asking if money is to be your boss or are you going to be the boss of money.

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Bell Cottage in Bell Lane for sal

  • BCA - 2017.557
  • Item
  • October 23rd 2013

Bell Cottage in Bell Lane is one of the oldest houses in Bampton. For several years it was used one day a week by a solicitor; I registered the birth of my second son there in 1974. The Village Hall used to be a pub called The Bell and the littl...

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The Bampton Festival July 13th to July 20th 1985

  • BCA - 2017.539
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  • July 13th to July 20th 1985

In July 1985 Janet Newman and Sarah Wearne put together a brilliant festival of Bampton to celebrate 350 years since the Grammar School was built. These are a few of the items that Janet wrote to go with the exhibition and cover the subjects of 1...

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