After considerable procrastination and debate involving Dorset and Hampshire County Councils, Sopley and Hurn Parish Councils, the Manners Estate and ...
An account of how Christchurch originally got a Band Stand.
A nostalgic review of The Bure Club, which was the centre of the music scene of south west Hampshire in the 1950's and 1960's.
An interesting article on how Woollen Coffins were made mandatory by the 'Burial in Woollen Act' in 1667.
An account of the Christchurch Congregational Church, its creation, its pastors, deacons and church life.
The story of the success of Christchurch Football Team in the 1910s
An article about the long history of the Mudeford Sand Spit from 1665 and man's lost battle in controlling nature and the power of the sea
An account of the discovery of a clay pipe at the Royalty Fishery.
The story of the daughter of Lord Charles and Lady Elizabeth Stuart de Rothesay of Highcliffe Castle who were painted in miniature by E Thomson in 1822.
A reflection on the way that Saint George is seen in various countries of the World.
An account of the English Civil War Soldierin the 17th Century Army.
An account by the late Principal Assistant Borough Surveyor of Christchurch regarding the transfer of parts of the Borough of Christchurch to Bournemouth Council when Gordon Selfridge had to sell his estates in Christchurch.
A report from The Christchurch Times of the day that the tramway crossed Tuckton Bridge and came to Christchurch to give tram transport from Christchurch to Poole.
An article that gives an insight to what life was like in a Union Workhouse in Victorian times.