|Statement||by R.D.H. Seaman andT.C. Sparrow.|
|Contributions||Sparrow, T. C.|
Buy A Brief History of Badsey and Aldington 2nd Revised edition by Sparrow, T. C. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. A Brief History of Badsey and Aldington: : Sparrow, T. C Author: T. C. Sparrow. A Brief History of Badsey and Aldington by T C Sparrow Book published by The Badsey Society in pages Paperback N From the rear side. We have produced five books, two DVDs and two tea-towels connected to the history of Badsey and Aldington. Our latest book (out November ) includes Wickhamford as well as Badsey and Aldington. How to order. Locally. The publications are on sale at most Badsey Society events. Some are also on sale at the Spar Shop, Badsey. Mail order. A Brief History of Badsey and Aldington This readable book is everything a local history should be; rural characters spring to life from its scholarly pages, and the passing events of two millennia in a peaceful corner of the Vale of Evesham are retold with an abundance of .
A brief history of Badsey & Aldington - Sparrow, T C - The Badsey Society Society of Genealogists Valuation Office Survey Records - Between the years and , a comprehensive survey of land ownership in England and Wales was undertaken, the like of which had not been seen since the Domesday Book of Monthly parish newsletter distributed free to all households in the parish. Personnel - Vicar, Reverend Dr Adrian Hough, The Vicarage; Assistant, Reverend Michael Shepherd, 90 Main Street, Bretforton; Churchwardens, Mrs Sue Cole, 45 Bretforton Road and Mr Chris Smith, 27 High Street; Readers, Mr John Callaghan, Mrs Penny Christison, Mrs Sheila Lancaster; Newsletter Editor, Mrs Yvonne Haynes, . The United Benefice of Badsey with Aldington, Bretforton, Cleeve Prior, North and Middle Littleton, Offenham and South Littleton Benefice Profile Formation The three parishes of North & Middle Littleton, South Littleton and Cleeve Prior have formerly been in a separate united Benefice and have been in Interregnum for approximately three years. Badsey and the Vale of Evesham became famous, particularly for the asparagus which was grown here. In a hundred years, the population of Badsey and Aldington had more than tripled as more people moved to the area to take up market gardening. By , .
The Badsey historical website: This website celebrates the history of Badsey in Worcestershire, England. Badsey is a large, working village in the Vale of Evesham. Within the same parish is the smaller village of Aldington. Badsey Recreation Ground Centenary – The year is the centenary of Badsey Recreation Ground. To mark this occasion, a booklet has been written about its history and an information board has been erected on the Recreation Ground near the Sands Lane entrance. A Brief History of Badsey and Aldington. Vale of Evesham. A book that has been read, but looks new. The book cover has no visible wear, and the dust jacket (if applicable) is included for hard covers. Aldington is a village and civil parish in the Ashford District of Kent, village centre is eight miles (12 km) south-east of the town of Ashford. As with the village centre, set on a steep escarpment above agricultural Romney Marsh and the upper Stour is Aldington Knoll, which was used as a Roman burial barrow and later beacon, it has a panorama towards the English Channel and of.