Waldringfield’s ring of Churches

In 1999 David Aldred wrote an article in the River Deben Association magazine1 which was rediscovered whilst searching for articles relevant to Waldringfield. This described a surprising circular arrangement of other Churches around Waldringfield at a radius of two old Suffolk miles. Also W.G.Arnott2 suggests the locations of local Churches relate to pre seawall access … Read moreWaldringfield’s ring of Churches

1912 Demolition of Cement Works

Bedfordshire times and independent 9 august 1912 cement factory – demolition Imperfect text version The training of the East Anglian Royal Engineers rapidly drawing to a clou Until early this week the weather was fairly favorable for life ander Ca y or a clay or rainha pelted down from to night, but the silver lining … Read more1912 Demolition of Cement Works

Analysis of circular arrangement of Churches

Based on 1999 circle of Churches around Waldringfield in RDA In 1999 David Aldred wrote an article in the RDA Deben magazine which described a surprising circular arrangement of other Churches around Waldringfield at a radius of two old Suffolk miles.  Also W.G.Arnott mentions the transport of stone fonts from Norfolk by water and accessibility … Read moreAnalysis of circular arrangement of Churches

The Village Sign in School Road

There was an idea in the village that not only would we like a distinctive village sign but we would like it to commemorate the Queen’s Silver Jubilee in 1977. Audrie Fitzjohn, who lived at 3 Sunnyhill  offered a design, the result of which you see today. Audrie had been sailing in Waldringfield in the Dragonfly … Read moreThe Village Sign in School Road