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There are lots of updates all over the Ludham Archive Website. One thing that might well be of interest is that we spent the morning up the scaffolding on St Benet's Abbey today. Great views from the top. I have added a page of photographs and other information. It is under the "Interesting Stuff" button or follow this link: http://www.ludhamarchive.org.uk/sbscaff.htm
Thank you for your kind words about the site. It has taken me many years to write it and it is still an ongoing project with new material being added all the time.
For those who have not visited for a while, the site has had a makeover recently and has been revised to make navigation easier. There are new things all over the site. Currently, I am adding photographs from Chris Boardman's collection. There are quite a lot on there now and more to come.
If you are in the Ludham area on Wednesday, then why not come along to the next meeting of the Archive Group when we will be looking at photographs from the Boardman collection with Peter Boardman and Shirley Place. The meeting is at 7.00pm in the Sloper Room at Ludham Methodist Church in the middle of the village. There is no charge and you do not have to be a member (we don't actually have members).
Anyone with an interest in Ludham is welcome at our meetings. They are informal fun and free. See the website for details. www.ludhamarchive.org.uk
There are lots more updates on the Ludham Archive Website. I have added a page about visiting Ludham by boat as we get so many questions about this on here. I would welcome suggestions about the sort of information people would like to see provided. See http://www.ludhamarchive.org.uk/boat.htm There are lots of new photographs. In particular many more from the Boardman family. The ones from Stuart Boardman's Album and Florence Cork's album are new this week. See http://www.ludhamarchive.org.uk/bdmindx.htm Lots of other things added all over the site. www.ludhamarchive.org.uk
Just to let you know that the Ludham Archive Website has had a lot of new material added. In particular:
We now have a section collecting together Ludham Memories both written and on Video.
Our new book "Ludham A Century of Change 1900 - 2000" is now finished after over 10 years in the writing. It is available to read for free on the website and it is full of interesting facts and details.