The celebration of Graham Wadley's achievement as Organist and Choirmaster over 50 years - 25th April 2015
This Lime Tree fell down in 1987 and Colin Oliver made a Cross from it
By Martin Newell, Wivenbooks, 2008, 106pp (Essex County Libraries E.WIV)
Florence Annie Yates 21st August 1918 - 8th September 2018 who came to live with her daughter in Wivenhoe in 2009.
Jane had lived in Wivenhoe since 1969 and achieved much during her life here
Born 15th June 1929 - and died 20th January 2016
John Stewart collected a huge number of photographs and other Wivenhoe memorabilia known as the Wivenhoe Memories Collection
The building of the Almshouses in 1873
A British professional figurative artist working in acrylics in Normandy, France.
Not in Brook Street but behind the Council Offices in the High Street
An artist who was living in Wivenhoe when she died in 2016
Wivenhoe Artist Maker/Textile Designer Inspired by Landscapes and the Sea
On the corner of High Street and Phillip Road
By Ian Collins, Studio Publications, 2007, ISBN 978 1 905883 10 3, 223pp (Essex County Libraries E.WIV 730.92)
Lived the last years of his life in Wivenhoe
An Internationally Acclaimed Artist
The Wivenhoe Allotment & Gardens Association was formed in the early 1960s
Landscapes in Oil on Canvas
Built first as a Methodist Chapel and eventually bought by the St John Ambulance Brigade through local donations, demolished in 2014 and the new building became a Potter's Workshop and Gallery.
He ran the Wivenhoe newsagents during the 1960s
A tribute to a lovely lady who was respected by everyone