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Horse Fair, Church Green

  • BCA - 2022.3438
  • Item
  • 2022

Horse Fair - ponies tied up on Church Green were considered by the vendors to be suitable for pit ponies and the Welsh miners knew to come to this part of Bampton to buy their pit ponies. Here, the ladies and children are inside the church wall away from the horses but able to watch the proceedings. It was an event much enjoyed by all and the ladies and children have got their best hats on.

Nik Stanbridge

Church Street in 1998

  • BCA - 2019.2204
  • Item
  • 1998

These photographs were all taken by John Grout in 1998 to record Church Street as it looked in that year.

Bampton Community Archive

Images of Church Street Bampton 1988

  • BCA - 2022.3794
  • Part
  • 1988

View of Church Street including St. Marys , the Old Grammar School, (Vesey Rooms), Landells supplied by Andrew Hilditch in 1988

Janet Westman

Ordnance Survey Plan SP3003-3103. Bridge St east Colvile Close etc 1971

  • BCA - 2022.3825
  • Item
  • 1971

This Ordnance Survey Plan SP3003-3103. Dated 1971 shows area
Bridge St east to end of houses, north to new school, Colvile Close etc
Properties and Streets listed :
Air Training Corps
Ampney Lodge
Apple Tree Cottage
April Cottage
Army cadet Hut
Bakery
Bampton House
Bay Tree Cottage
Belgrave Cottage
Blackthorn Cottage
Blackthorn Cottagre
Bourton Cottage
Box House
Bushey House
Calais Farm
Cheapside
Chestnuts
Churchgate House
Churchgate House
Clevelly
Cobb House
Corner Cottage
Cornmill
Cotsway
Cotswold Lodge
Courtlands
Dairy Farm House
Deanery Farm
Down Home
Elephant and Castle
Eton Villas
Felix Cottage
Fernlea
Field Cottage
Fishers Bridge
Fleur de Lys
Folly House
Folly View
Fox Close
George and Dragon
Grayshot House
Ham Court
Haytor House
Highmoor Brook
Inglenook Cottage
Kilmore House
Kilmore House
Landells
Leighton Cottage
Lester House
Library
Lime Tree House
Little Pinkneys
Little Place Cottage
Littlemead
Lynton Mead
Mallows
Manor House
Matthew House
Melita
Moss Rose Cottage
Oathurst Estate
Plantation
Pococks Close
Police Office
Poplar Cottage
Primrose Cottages
Priory Cottage
Prospect Cottage
Prospect House
Prospect Place
Quebec Cottage
Rhandom
Roseann
Rosebrook
Rosemary House
San Toy
Sandford House
Southrop House
Southside
St Johns House
St Oswald
Sunnyside Cottage
Thatched Cottage
The Bungalow
The Deanery
The Eagle
The Elms
The Gate Cottage
The Glen
The Grange
The Grey House
The Haven
The Hermitage
The Horse Shoe
The Jubilee
The Malt Shovel
The Old Forge
The Vicarage
The Yews
Town Hall
Tudor Cottage
Turnings
Vaizey Cottage
Vicarage
Victoria Cottages
Vine Cottage
Weald Manor House
Wheelgate House
Windsmore
Windsor Cottagres
Yew Tree Cottage
Youth Club
Ampney Orchard
Aston Road
Bowling Green Close
Bridge Street
Broad Street
Buckland Road
Bushey Row
Chandler Close
Cheapside
Church Lane
Church Street
Church View
Colvile Close
Glebelands
High Street
High Street
Lavender Square
Manor View
Mercury Close
New Road
Queens Street
Rosemary Lane

Janet Westman

Church Street South Side

  • BCA - 2022.3840
  • Item
  • 1970

Photograph of the south side of church street, taken from east end dated about 1970.

Janet Westman

Harry Pocock with his thrashing machine and tractor in 1958

  • BCA - 2021.3145
  • Item
  • 1958

Harry Pocock with his thrashing machine and tractor in 1958 driving out of Church Street into Broad Street. Edwin, Ruth and Joe Buckingham are on the tractor with him.

An invoice from Harry Pocock & Son, Agricultural and Thrashing Contractor to Alex Townsend of Ashtree Farm (in Weald Street) for threshing and baling @ £47 5s (£47.25p) but with a contra account of 2ctw of tater (potatoes), 2 men combing and 5 gallons of paraffin £8.11s.6d (£8.55½p) giving a bill of £38.13s.6d (£38.65½p) sent April 1959.

An invoice from Harry Pocock & Son, Agricultural and Thrashing Contractor to Alex Townsend of Ashtree Farm (Weald Street) for threshing and baling sent December 1959.

Seen in the spring of 1963, talking with Marjorie Pollard in Cheapside, when we had huge drifts of snow.

Nik Stanbridge