An article documenting the life of the Christchurch Times from when it was first published on 30th June 1855 until March 1983, except for a gap of seven years between 1918 and 1925.
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 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
The reflections of Tom Kelly who at the time had been an Estate Agent for fifty years.
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.
These reminiscences were written by William Tucker JP, who was five times Mayor of Christchurch about 1920 at the suggestion of some members of the Christchurch Historical Society.
A contemporary account of somewhat idyllic summer’s day spent at Hinton Admiral House and the bad weather of the next winter.