Browse our selection of vintage and retro black and white photographs of Worfield, along with a selection of historic maps, local history books, and fascinating memories that our visitors have contributed. Most of our photos and maps are available to buy in a wide range of product formats, including framed prints, canvas prints and personalised photo gifts including tea towels, mugs, jigsaws, tableware, cushion covers and as customised calendars.
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Do you remember the Tomlinsons who lived at Bradney Farm and moved down to live at Hillside? I worked at the mushroom sheds in the summer of 1953, while I was waiting to start nursing at Moxley Hospital. Margaret Evans (nee Tomlinson).
When I was a student I worked at the Cactus Gardens in the summer of 1957 and 1958. The gardens were owned by Lieutenant General Sir Oliver Leese and his wife, Margaret. They lived in the wonderful Lower Hall, behind the high wall on Worfield’s main street. The sixteenth century, Lower Hall was given to Margaret by her (...Read full memory)