ASHBRITTLE
WHO,WHAT,WHERE, WHEN
AT THE MILLENNIUM

Researched, written, photographed, edited and designed
by people from the parish of Ashbrittle with help from some close neighbours.
Designed by Ted Franklin and published by Ashbrittle Arts.

Dedicated to Reg Ridgley, whose cheerful persistence and practical wisdom was valued by all who knew him.

Copies available for 10.00
Contact editor Avril Silk at AvrilSilk@aol.com
Rob, Alex, Flynn and Lorna Simpson
Bette Morland and Daphne Harrison
Grandad Norman!
Reg and Barbara Ridgley
The
Globe
Inn
Appley
Elizabeth Taylor
Rachel, Tom, Jack and Rhys with Boomer the Steadfast
Bill Enticott in his beloved garden.
David and Rosemary McKinney
Celebrating Ashbrittle's 3000 year-old Yew Tree
Greenham Postmistress Peggy Wotton
Truly a good neighbour
Easy Rider photographer John Ridgley
Designer
Ted
Franklin
up the
pole!
Robin Barraclough's beautiful vintage car
The tragedy of Foot and Mouth
Dr. John Cole who ran weekly surgeries
 in the Village Hall for forty years
Fluff - A feline friend
James Marshall
Charles and Susan Doble with Susana
The Home Guard
outside
The Old House
in the 1940s
The Palmer Family

 

Dreams of the Road
Avril's Rainbow Glass
Avril's Lemurs
Avril's Tigers
British Women Artists