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Hawthorn, Pepo Lane
Hawthorn, Pepo Lane (20159027)
Hawthorn built by Richard Tregunna in 1910,Pepo Lane. Taken in 2013 (Fisher)
Plaque on Hawthorn, Pepo Lane
Plaque on Hawthorn, Pepo Lane (20159028)
Builder and property owner Richard Tregunna plaque dated 1910 on the garden wall in Pepo Lane. He also built neighbouring St Crida. (Fisher)
Hawthorn, Pepo Lane
Hawthorn, Pepo Lane (20159029)
Hawthorn on Pepo Lane, 2012 (Fisher)
Poppy Sellers in 1940s
Poppy Sellers in 1940s (20130518)
Poppy sellers outside the Town Hall probably late 1940s. At that time several poppy sellers each had their own area of the village to cover. (Hicks)
Double Decker Bus in Grampound
Double Decker Bus in Grampound (20130526)
A Western National double decker bus in Grampound close to the junction between Fore Street and Pepo Lane. It is thought that this was just post-WW2. The War Memorial Plaque is missing from the Town Hall. (Harris)
Grampound Scouts
Grampound Scouts (20120417)
National Cub Scout tea-making fortnight 1982. Sean Mannell with the Vicar and Mrs Spalding. (Crowe)
Jack Allen
Jack Allen (20110325)
Jack Allen with his daughter Dorothy who lived in Hawthorne, Pepo Lane until her death in 2010. See also Allen collection. (Spry)
Sponsored Cycle Ride
Sponsored Cycle Ride (20112232)
Cycling from John O'Groats to Lands End, raising money for diabetes Tisdale, Dr. John Sherratt, Graham (Paynter)
Waiting for Millennium Photo
Waiting for Millennium Photo (20112210)
Waiting in Fore Street for Millennium photo shoot in the rain. (Paynter)
Carnival day at the Town Hall
Carnival day at the Town Hall (20112208)
Carnival Day waiting for parade by Town Hall. (Paynter)
Penny Farthings 1990s
Penny Farthings 1990s (20112200)
Penny farthings in Fore Street (Paynter)
Property sale 1919 map - up Pepo Lane
Property sale 1919 map - up Pepo Lane (20100258)
Plan of Lots 41,48,56,57,61,62,63,68(scale 1 â€" 2500) â€" NE section of village up the lane now known as Pepo Lane. (Crow (nee Spry))
Property sale catalogue of July 1919
Property sale catalogue of July 1919 (20100225)
This collection consists of the scanned images of the pages of a property sale catalogue of July 1919, together with the maps that allow the location of each of the lots to be determined. The vendor was George Horace Johnstone Esq of Trewithin and it was held at 11.00 am on Saturday 12th July 1919 at the ‘Schools, Grampound’. Front cover of catalogue. This artefact was made available by Leonie Crowe (nee Spry). She believes that it came originally from the possessions of her Aunt and Uncle, Gertrude and Jabez Pollard who lived at Polman (opposite the Town Hall). The marginal notes were probably made by Jabez Pollard and he appears to have signed the top of the inside front page and several other pages. (Crowe (nee Spry))
St Nun's Church Interior
St Nun's Church Interior (20102121)
St Nun’s Church inside (Paynter)
St Nun's Interior
St Nun's Interior (20102120)
St Nun’s Church inside (Paynter)
St Nun's Interior 2005
St Nun's Interior 2005 (20102119)
St Nun’s Church inside 2005, new organ (Paynter)
St Nun's Exterior in the Snow
St Nun's Exterior in the Snow (20102118)
St Nun’s Church outside in snow (Paynter)
Town Hall Postcard
Town Hall Postcard (20102115)
Postcard town hall (Paynter)
Town Hall c 1970s
Town Hall c 1970s (20100147)
Town Hall after restoration in the late 1970s. The cement rendering has been removed and the bare stone once again exposed. (Hicks)
Town Hall and Polman's Store
Town Hall and Polman's Store (20100146)
Town Hall and grocer’s shop opposite showing some advertisements eg Lipton’s Tea - c1910 (similar to 0105). The Monkey Puzzle Tree on the left used to grow in the garden of Springfield (Hicks)
Cyril Allen July 1948.
Cyril Allen July 1948. (20100222)
Cyril Allen (b. 1899) in a building at the old Limes Yard. July 1948. This is more likely to be Jack Allen, father of Dorothy Allen of Hawthorn, Pepo Lane. (Allen)
Sunday School Excursion c1910
Sunday School Excursion c1910 (20100145)
Grampound Town Hall; perhaps on the day of a Sunday School excursion. Perhaps c1910. (Hicks)
Fore Street c1910
Fore Street c1910 (20100144)
Fore Street looking east towards Town Hall â€" c1910. The ivy-clad building on the left was Mr Miners’ bicycle shop; this building has now (2008) been incorporated into the Dolphin Inn. (Hicks)
Fore Street c1970
Fore Street c1970 (20100128)
Fore Street looking west â€" c 1970. (Hicks)
Details of Grampound Market Cross
Details of Grampound Market Cross (20091033)
Details of Grampound's Market Cross that stands outside St Nun's Church and the Town Hall. The source of this description in unknown. (Parish Council)
Town Hall and Market Cross
Town Hall and Market Cross (20091011)
Town Hall and Market Cross. The Town Hall was once an open-sided Market Hall. St Nun's Church is just visible on the left. The present building dates from the 1860s and it was a Chapel of Ease, the Parish Church being at Creed. (Paynter)
Town Hall c 1900
Town Hall c 1900 (20091010)
Fore Street looking east from the junction with Pepo Lane. The new Town Hall clock has been installed and the plaque acknowledging this is in place but there is no War Memorial. This places this photo sometime after 1893 but before the end of the great War. The costumes suggest around 1900. The Monkey Puzzle Tree still stands in the garden of Springfield, on the left, and the General Store in the house now called 'Polman' is clearly visible on the right. (Paynter)
Springfield House
Springfield House (20091005)
The Town Hall and Springfield House (left) after the removal of the Monkey Puzzle Tree from the front garden of the latter. (Paynter)
Town Hall Clock
Town Hall Clock (20091002)
Grampound Town Hall clock - date unknown. (Paynter)
Millennium Photo
Millennium Photo (20090182)
Grampound Millennium Photograph 2000. (Oliver)
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