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Scout troup
Scout troup (20159058)
The scout troop outside Trevail, Fore Street (with a shop attached to the side) Dated 1951? on the original which is with the scout archives in the Heritage Centre. (Bannister)
Sidney and Joyce Allen wedding
Sidney and Joyce Allen wedding (20149007)
Sidney and Joyce Allen wedding party at Trevail 6th August 1930 donated by their daughter Jennifer in 2012. (Jennifer Sandy)
Sidney and Joyce Allen wedding
Sidney and Joyce Allen wedding (20149006)
Sidney and Joyce Allen wedding party at Trevail, 6th August 1930. Donated by their daughter Jennifer in 2012. (Jennifer Sandy)
Sidney and Joyce Allen wedding
Sidney and Joyce Allen wedding (20149002)
Sidney and Joyce Allen, wedding party at Trevail, Fore Street 6th August 1930. Donated by their daughter Jennifer in 2012. (Jennifer Sandy)
Bikers Rally
Bikers Rally (20112201)
Bikers rally passing through Grampound (Paynter)
Round Britain Cycle Race
Round Britain Cycle Race (20112197)
Round Britain cycle race (Milk race) passing through Grampound (Paynter)
Mini Rally 1990s
Mini Rally 1990s (20112192)
Mini rally Fore Street turning into Creed Lane mid 1990s (Paynter)
Mini Rally 1990s
Mini Rally 1990s (20112191)
Mini rally Fore Street turning into Creed Lane mid 1990s (Paynter)
Fore Street c1965
Fore Street c1965 (20100152)
Fore Street looking east â€" c 1965. (Hicks)
Lower Fore Street c 1920s/30s
Lower Fore Street c 1920s/30s (20100143)
Lower Fore Street â€" possibly inter-war. The white house in the foreground is Trevail and below that Pendene. The single storey extension on the side of Pendene was a Barber’s Shop; it has now been demolished. A Chapel used to stand behind these houses; it was also used as a meeting place for the British Legion. (Hicks)
Fore Street c1910
Fore Street c1910 (20100142)
Lower Fore Street â€" c1910. The Ivy-clad building on the right is Mr Miners’ Cycle Shop. The single storey building below Pendean (the third building below the cycle shop) was a Barbers Shop. (Hicks)
Rear of Trevail
Rear of Trevail (20090178)
Drawing by Mary Oliver showing the rear of Trevail with the school building on the left. This may have been a draft of a drawing done for ‘The Book of Grampound with Creed’ published by Amy Bane and Mary Oliver in 1998. (Oliver)
Trevail and Vercoe
Trevail and Vercoe (20090177)
Drawing by Mary Oliver showing Trevail (left) and Vercoe c1990. An earlier house on the site of Trevail was occupied by John Hampden during the time he was MP for Grampound in the 17th century. This may have been a draft of a drawing done for ‘The Book of Grampound with Creed’ published by Amy Bane and Mary Oliver in 1998. (Oliver)
Fore street looking east from Trevail.
Fore street looking east from Trevail. (20090013)
Looking uphill east from Trevail along Fore Street. (Paynter)
Fore street looking west
Fore street looking west (20090012)
Fore Street looking west. Hampden House, now renamed 'Trevail', is 3rd down on right of picture. (Paynter)