Can a giant bed house a ghost with a giant grudge?
Sir Richard Fanshawe was born in 1608 at Ware Park. He was the youngest son of Sir Henry Fanshawe, an exchequer official.
There were shortages and, for many families, little reason to celebrate Christmas in 1917 but commerce encouraged celebration.
All that’s left of the Cintel building in Ware, as it’s demolished to make way for Asda.
The idea of leaving food for the poor to collect is by no means modern
Formerly Poles Convent School
John Lilley b. 1804 John Lilley, son of William & Sarah Lilley was christened on 1st April 1804. He married Sarah ...
I”m looking for a childrens home that I was in 1965, This was called withbree, not sure how it was ...
Louisa Puller, Suffragette & WW1 Campaigner For Women's Right To Work.
Photographs of workers in the 50s and 60s
Ware Local Board of Health was set up in 1849 after a damning health report. Ware was considered an exceptionally ...
Pictures from the mid 1980s
Almost 100 years since Ware's first cinema
A 'bitter-sweet' account passed down through a grand-daughter and resident of Ware