ASPECTS OF HARVINGTON'S HISTORY
A personal rendering

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HARVINGTON

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EXTRACTS


'Harvington Village Community Page' and 'Harvington, Nr Evesham: Memories Of Our Village As Kids'
There are at least two sites on Facebook that cater for the community of Harvington. Some of the material on the pages is considered of significance to the history of the village. It has been extracted and placed on site to give people a long-term chance to view this material. Photos of named people and some of folk who are as yet unidentified and these pages are a great opportunity to identify some of those Harvington folk. In each case permission has been sought and the provenance given.

Building of the byepass looking eastward, 1975.

Extracted 2015, courtesy of Tom Cook.


Building of the byepass looking towards the railway bridge, 1975.

Extracted 2015, courtesy of Tom Cook.


Building of the byepass looking down Anchor Lane, 1975.

Extracted 2015, courtesy of Tom Cook.


Building of the bypass, the old railway station platform looking east, 1975.

Extracted 2015, courtesy of Tom Cook.


House building in Station Road.

Extracted 2015, courtesy of Tom Cook.


House building in Station Road.

Extracted 2015, courtesy of Tom Cook.


Church Street incident.

Extracted 2015, courtesy of Tom Cook.


Church Street incident.

Extracted 2015, courtesy of Tom Cook.


Village Street.

Extracted 2015, courtesy of Tom Cook.


Village Street.

Extracted 2015, courtesy of Tom Cook.


The church form the now St James.s Close.

Extracted 2015, courtesy of Tom Cook.


The Old Rectory.

Extracted 2015, courtesy of Tom Cook.


Steve Cook.

Extracted 2015, courtesy of Tom Cook.


PC (Redbeard) Hancock.

Extracted 2015, courtesy of Tom Cook.


Harvington Railway Station.

Extracted 2015, courtesy of Tom Cook.


Village Street.

Extracted 2015, courtesy of Tom Cook.


Village Green.

Extracted 2015, courtesy of Tom Cook.


Not known - names please.

Extracted 2015, courtesy of Tom Cook.


Photograph taken circa 1950 outside No.1 Hopkiln Cottages of Arthur Hartiss with daughters Jennifer Briffett and sister Barbara Robbins.

Extracted 2019, courtesy of Nigel Briffett.