A pupil from Hitchin British School "does her bit"
Henlow Camp I was born at Henlow Camp in 1932 and lived with our family of eight children in two furnished ...
Too novel in design to succeed ?
Hitchin was one of the first towns in Hertfordshire to set up its own Anti-Slavery Society. Quakers in Hitchin had been ...
Do you know where this shop was?
Christmas Day in the Workhouse is a very sad story*. The poor, as recipients of charity, were dependent on the view ...
December 1918 saw the Armistice Christmas and also a General Election
Elizabeth Impey, Hitchin's Suffragette, Demonstrator & Protester.
Emily Davies, Founder of Britain’s First Women’s College.
some of the events during 2009
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Hitchin life in the 18th century
A bicentenary of 'a place of learning'