Sherfield On Loddon, North Foreland Lodge c.1955

Sherfield On Loddon, North Foreland Lodge c.1955

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Memories of Sherfield on Loddon

Sherfield Post Office

My wife and I owned Sherfield-on-Loddon post office (pictured far left) from July 1991 until July 1999. In 1992 the shop front pictured was extended out into the garden about 15 feet and a complete refit ...Read full memory

Memories Of Sherfield In The 1960s

It was lovely to come across this page. We lived in Sherfield-on-Loddon from 1961 to 1969 and my parents ran the village store (known then as The Stores) and the picture would have been taken ...Read full memory

Happy Days

I lived in the village from the age of 9 years to 11 years. My parents were Norman and Dorothy Gower, and my dad was the manager of John Miller's the grocery store, across from the White Horse pub. Our next door ...Read full memory

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History

Further south, Watling Street widens to form a market place complete with town hall and a corn exchange. The town received a market charter before 1220 and was an Anglo-Saxon fortified 'burh' since 917 AD. The town hall, built in Italianate style in 1865 with a central clocktower, is now divided into the offices belonging to the town council and other commercial concerns. To its left is the post office, located in an imposing brick fronted building of 1799. The market place still serves as a car park.

This is an excerpt from Northamptonshire Living Memories, by Martin Andrew

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