They replaced the men in the fields who had gone off to fight in the War
About Ted Hill, who lived in Clifton Terrace, Wivenhoe, made a life peer for services to trade unions. Died 1969.
He served in the Royal Naval Reserve in WW1, was awarded the DSO and commanded the SY Vanessa
Wivenhoe's eccentric American millionaire.
Capt Richard Husk CBE, who left Wivenhoe as a teenager in 1947
Now a restaurant called The Bakehouse but once a bakery run by Ernest Cracknell
Mr and Mrs Pawsey celebrate their Diamond Wedding in style
Chelmsford Chronicle Newspaper Report in 1873
Wivenhoe's Norwegian entrepreneur.
He was highly regarded by everyone in the Wivenhoe community.
Pictures of residents and former residents
Some pictures of those people who have for the Council since its formation in 1974
Rear Admiral John Lee Barber lived on the Quay in Wivenhoe during the 1980s - 1990s
About John Lee-Barber who spent the last 15 years of his life living in Wivenhoe
Written by Topsy Jennings to celebrate the Centenary of this School in 1991
The residents of Mary Ann Sanford Almshouses and Jonathan Feedham Almshouses