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The Manificent Finedon Hall Finedon Hall is a Grade II listed 17th- or 18th-century country house with later modifications. It
The Following is an Extract fromthe Parish Magazine (August 2003) The poem below was written by Miss Rose Richardson many
Frederick Coles With memories of the late 1920s and 30s Late of Well Street and Irthlingborough Road, Finedon
In the Gentleman’s Magazine of August 1738 appeared a poem by Dr. Anthony Alsop, the poetical writer, penned in 1725 at his Brightwell, Berks., rectory.
I received an email from Tony Bailey about his uncle Bob Cooper Tony has sent some interesting details of his life in Finedon and a poem he...
A few American servicemen based in Alconbury lived with their families in Finedon and the children went to school in the area.
My School days From The infants in the 1950s to Secondry in the 1960s.