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Hi Nigel

I really enjoy your site, the now & then images are fascinating.

Thanks for all the work you put into it.

Tim

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Hi All

Just an update on the Ludham Archive Website.

I have just added further collections of Boardman photographs, this time from the 1920s and 1930s. I hope these are of interest. To see them go to www.ludhamarchive.org.uk and hit the "Photographs" button.

I have also added a selection of other things to the site and these can be found under the "Interesting Stuff" button. There are also some odd Boardman photographs which don't really fit with the rest under "Boardman Stories"

I have got more photographs to add and I will do so once I have got them sorted out. There are some good ones but they come without captions and that makes things a lot harder. Keep looking in.

Nigel
Ludham

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Just added a new collection of farm photographs showing early mechanisation in Ludham. Also some new shop pictures with nice inside shots. Pictures inside old shops are always full of interest.

Nigel
Ludham

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Great stuff Nigel ... but good grief!

The scales on the counter in the first interior picture of Hudsons Stores are identical to the ones that my grandmother was still using in the bakery shop up until she retired in the late 1980s! Come to think of it ... the rest of the shop fittings also look very similar to those that were still in her shop until the new tenant had it refitted!  Scared




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Hi All

Just to let you know that the Ludham Archive website has been further updated. There are changes all over the site with updates to the various items and lots of new photographs etc. Something of interest for everyone.

www.ludhamarchive.org.uk

Nigel
Ludham

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Thanks for the update on the site Nigel, Ill be visiting there tomorrow and staying at that lovely thatched cottage that you feature on your front cover. I come down to Ludham as often as possible as I have my boat moored in Horning, this is one of the best villages on the broads, I have many friends in it as Ive been coming now for over 50 years and attend as many village functions as I can.I even bring my Jazz Band to play there in the church once a year. I went to your last Archive diplay you held in the church, excellent. So keep up the good work its appreciated

best wishes  Peter

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Hi Peter.
I'm glad to hear that you enjoyed the website. There is further new material to be added over the next few weeks.
There will be an Archive display at the Arts and Crafts event in St Catherine's over the bank holiday weekend.
We have a new slide show, but the whole archive is available for anyone who wants a look.
Enjoy your stay in Ludham.

Nigel
Ludham

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I have got some new pictures of the Fairy Garden and they have now been added to the website. All this can be found under the "Interesting Stuff" button.
I am sure that many older Forum members will have memories of the Fairy Garden and we are particularly interested in hearing from you if you have any.
Although many people remember the Fairy Garden and indeed the Bird Sanctuary, photographs are very hard to come by.
If you have any photographs or memories, please get in touch.

Nigel
Ludham Archive

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Some great new pictures of the Fairy Garden Nigel.

I've just bought myself a copy of a book published in 1953 called "Quays without Locks" which mentions mooring at Womack Staithe. The author wrote about the "delightful whimsy, known affectionately as "Mrs Mole's"" which apparently on no account should be missed! Was this a reference to the Fairy Garden?



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Hi Carol

Well, I don't know, but I think there is a good chance that this is a reference to the Fairy Garden. I will make some enquiries.

Nigel

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