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Evacuees to Bampton 1940 and Shirley Boyce's Memoir

  • BCA - 2022.3941
  • Item
  • 1940-43

Shirley Boyce was an Evacuee to Bampton during World War II and has written an account of her time in Bampton staying at a Manor House (Weald Manor?). Which had been divided into flats. She later stayed in Aston. The photo is of evacuated children from Bow, London playing in the grounds of Weald Manor in 1940. Two boys Kenny Howe and Leslie Tucker were billeted in New Road with Mr and Mrs Whighting?

Janet Westman

Election Form

  • BCA - 2023.4115
  • Item
  • 2023

Copy of the Application to Vote by Post form issued by the Electoral Commission 2023

Janet Westman

Conservative leaflet advertising for Candidates 2023

  • BCA - 2023.4116
  • Item
  • 2023

Copy of the Conservative flyer asking for Champions in the Local Community and the interests of Local residents issued by West Oxfordshire Conservatives in 2023

Janet Westman

Bampton and the Domesday Book

  • BCA - 2023.4027
  • Item
  • 2023

Transcription of the contents of the Domesday Book relating to BAmpton and the surrounding villages including:

  • Bampton
  • Bampton Deanery
  • Bampton (rex)
  • Eynesham
  • Bampton (Robert de Oilgi)
  • Welde [Weald]
  • Shifford (Bishop of Bayeux)
  • Brighthampton (Bishop of Lincoln)
  • Lew (Walter Giffard)
  • Lew
  • Brighthampton (William FitzOsbern, E of Hereford)

Nik Stanbridge

img368 J Clark butcher, Horse Shoe, Horse Fair

  • BCA - 2022.3426
  • Item
  • 2022

Scene of the horse fair in Bridge Street outside the Horse Shoe Inn and the butchers shop run by J Clark. It must have been taken well before 1925 because the Horse Shoe was gutted by fire that year and in 1925 it was owned by Percy Hughes who also had the butchers shop with his name over the door and on the east side of the building. Hurdles placed over the ground floor windows were to stop the horses from sticking their heads through the windows. Horses with a white spot on their rumps have been sold.

Nik Stanbridge

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