There probably aren’t many places where the buildings have apparently changed so little in the course of a century – ...
Polly lived in the Hinds Head as a young girl from 1954-1963
With the help of Beth Asbury, West Berkshire Council’s HERO (Historic Environment Record Officer), we have secured an image licence ...
On Friday, 20th July 2007 months-worth of rain fell within a few hours causing severe flooding across wide areas of ...
Map showing the proposed excavation of gravel kidnapped for in 1974
Catalogue record: AH.0413
Posters were put up around the village
Catalogue record: AH.0414
Another large poster
Catalogue record: AH.0415
And local children played their part
Catalogue record: AH.0416
Villagers celebrating with three cheers after their victory
Catalogue record: AH.0433
A plan of the proposed gravel extraction applied for in 2003
Catalogue record: AH.0417
The exhibition at Aldermaston Primary School attracted many visitors.
Catalogue record: AH.0418
The exhibition illustrated the dire effects of gravel extraction
Catalogue record: AH.0419
Damage included erosion of brickwork, arguably due to the vibration of heavy traffic
Catalogue record: AH.0420
Marshalls gather for the demonstration march
Catalogue record: AH.0422
The march started at the Primary School- here it proceeds past The Hinds Head
Catalogue record: AH.0423
The procession continues up The Street
Catalogue record: AH.0424
Villagers celebrated the result at the Primary School with the release of green balloons
Catalogue record: AH.0427
Ironically, the marchers had to squeeze past several large gravel Lorrie!
Catalogue record: AH.0429
Victory was celebrated in the Primary School grounds
Catalogue record: AH.0431
Peter and Nadia Arlott
Catalogue record: AH.0432
Peter Arlott speaks for the fisherman while Bracken represents the dogs!
Catalogue record: AH.0430
Ironically, a gravel lorry squeezes past the demonstrators
Catalogue record: AH.0425
The Museum of English Rural Life (MERL) in Reading, part of the University of Reading, has over 200 items relating ...
Parish mag cover for January 1978
Catalogue record: AH.0245