The programme from Aldermaston Court Drama Society's production of Two Dozen Roses performed in spring or summer of 1957 at the Theatre in Aldermaston Court
Catalogue record: AH.0106
This is a page from the French daily illustrated newspaper "Excelsior" of 21st August 1916. It shows teenagers as junior soldiers being "tossed in the blanket" at a camp held at Aldermaston Court in 1915.
Catalogue record: AH.0007
This letter was handed to the Aldermaston History Group at Pam Gardner's wake in 2017 by her goddaughter Virginia. 1 The 60th Troop Carrier Group arrived at Aldermaston in August 1942 and Lt Col T J Schofield took command of the Group on 11 Oct 1942, about 4 weeks before this letter was written. This letter was ...
Catalogue record: AH.0109
Catalogue record: AH.0178
Catalogue record: AH.0179
Aldermaston's Souvenir Brochure for Queen Elizabeth II's Silver Jubilee. The celebration was across the four days of 4th-7th June 1977. The brochure gives a timetable of events and a map with a key of 26 local places that can be visited. The brochure was compile by Bill Cox with sketches my Laurence McGown.
Catalogue record: AH.0394
A view from the balcony at the Parish Hall of the 2017 Queen's 90th Exhibition
Catalogue record: AH.0020
Letter by Admiral Parry4 of Aldermaston to H.J. Westbrook, who then used it in his article for the Warrington Guardian. Transcript of the letter: The Candle Auction "The 'Candle Auction' will be held on Monday December 12th at 7 p.m. in the Parish Hall." Such was the brief announcement in the Parish Magazine concerning a very old custom, ...
Catalogue record: AH.0158
This newspaper cutting of a picture of Aldermaston Court was obtained via eBay. The reverse of the cutting shows newspaper columns with various articles and notices. In particular, an announcement for Clara Novello's appearance at Drury Lane, it reads ... CLARA NOVELLO - It is rumoured that this young lady, whose success throughout Italy has been ...
Catalogue record: AH.0033
1976 Photograph of Aldermaston Lock looking across the basin and showing a water tower and the side of Sterling Cables site
Catalogue record: AH.0021
This is a scan of a small engraving of Aldermaston Manor and church. It depicts the buildings pre-1843 as a fire burnt down the house on 13 Jan 1843. The church tower has artistic licence in it's drawing as it shows a window in the tower and no louvres below the tower roof.
Catalogue record: AH.0022
Catalogue record: AH.0027
Catalogue record: AH.0030
Catalogue record: AH.0029
Aldermaston Scouts 1909 Photograph probably by Mr P Robert (see newspaper cutting)
Catalogue record: AH.0094
The notice that cancelled Aldermaston Fair after several centuries
Catalogue record: AH.0031
Scrapbook about Candle Auction from 1899 to 1955. Contains letters, newspaper clips, artefacts and photographs.
Catalogue record: AH.0334
Scrapbook covering the years 1953 to 1974 of the triennial Aldermaston Candle Auction. The story is told in newspaper clips, photographs, letters and artefacts.
Catalogue record: AH.0335
This scrapbook was probably created by Rev'd Richard Miller, as his first 3 Candle Auctions complete the scrapbook.
Catalogue record: AH.0333
This exhibit was added to the 2018 Centenary Exhibition at the Parish Hall in Aldermaston. It shows a 1909 photo of the Aldermaston Scout Troop and a picture of S.R. Jacob who won the Scout's medal of Merit for saving a brother scout from drowning. Unfortunately, S R Jacob died during WW1 and is commemorated on the ...
Catalogue record: AH.0089
Letter from H.J. Westbrook to the Vicar of Aldermaston, dated 16th July 1932. Article from Warrington Guardian by H J Westbrook on "Candle Auctions" 6th May 1933
Catalogue record: AH.0152
An interesting photograph when compared to the present day and to the 3 photographs in AH.0542. The main distinguishing features are: No boiler or chimney by the Forster Chapel No aisle carpet and floor vents ... possibly for a new heating system? East Wall has not yet been painted with "Christ in Majesty" by Philip ...
Catalogue record: AH.0543
These images pre-date the restoration of the church by Charles Edward Keyser, which began in 1896. Looking east: The walls appear unpainted and white-washed, although this could be due to light exposure on the photograph. There is a top-loading boiler with a chimney exiting vertically through the roof. An aisle carpet that doesn't exist after the ...
Catalogue record: AH.0542