In the late nineteenth or early twentieth century
Wm Oakley's grave now marked with a headstone thanks to the US authorities
A meeting to discuss the advisability and propriety of supplying the town with gas
An 'unwelcome companion' on a cold winter night in February 1844.
Daphne's story of the people she used to look after
This prestigious Medal was awarded to a Wivenhoe man in 1898
Notes of an interview with Mrs E G Everitt made by Nicholas Butler In the mid 1980s
An archaeological watching brief at the former Cooks shipyard and gasworks, Wivenhoe, near Colchester, Essex, March 2006-November 2007
Who remembers Edmond Crawley who used to work for Cedrics before emigrating to Colorado where established the British Double Decker company?
Before and during the construction phase
About the transformation from Cook's Shipyard in 2002
At Vine Farm, Wivenhoe Cross
Due to heavy traffic and the failure of the drainage system
A Memorandum made by the Churchwardens in 1890 referring to the light in East Street at the entrance to the Churchyard.
Abstract of the Title of Mrs Caroline Louisa Constance Havens to freehold hereditaments situate in Wivenhoe in the County of Essex (Essex Record Office D/P 277/6/10)
Sale of Furniture and Farming Stock including Horses Carts and Casks of Malt
An independent museum featuring traditional local activities, including a number of images of Wivenhoe
Reported in the Caledonian Mercury on Monday 6 July 1789
The dispute over the access routes to Cooks Shipyard development
From Chamberlain's Pond to Queens Road and beyond
A summary page for articles and other information about Wivenhoe's rich history