'Rough Justice' handed out in 1833
Watton at Stone - The Flood of 1968
Why fell trees with no thought for birds
Letters from William Wilberforce to Abel Smith, 1822-30 Abel Smith of Woodhall Park, Watton-at-Stone, is 33 when the aging Wilberforce writes ...
Recruiting in Watton at Stone
Watton at Stone resident turns up some interesting items
Directories - a fascinating source of information
3rd June 2012 - A DAY TO REMEMBER - BUT VERY WET
The 'heart' of the village for around 200 years
A wonderful surprise for local Steam Enthusiasts
A lifeline lost and then re-gained after 43 years
A brief glimpse into Edwardian times
These almshouses are situated in the middle of Watton at Stone, opposite the distinctive water pump (possibly made from an ...
Abraham Crosland bequeathed £10 to buy books for the poor of Watton at Stone. He was the rector of St ...
‘6 neat houses under 1 roof for 3 aged widows and 3 aged widowers’ is Cussans’ description of these almshouses ...
A hostel and base in Watton at Stone