Thomas Saunders of Beechwood was responsible for the construction in 1669 of Flamstead’s almshouses. The four dwellings were originally provided ...
Project background, aims and vision.
History of the bells and bell-ringing at St Leonard's church Flamstead
History of the construction and features of the tower of St Leonard's church
Architectural and structural changes to St Leonard's church over the centuries
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Frederick Charles Harvey, a Flamstead resident, died in an explosion in a munitions factory in Hemel Hempstead, aged just 16. Although a non-combatant, as he was carrying out war work when he died, following a campaign by the Rev. Cecil Russell, vicar of St Leonard’s, his name was included on the war memorial.
Buildings along High Street, Flamstead
Early views of St Leonard's church from the north side
Views of St Leonard's church from the south side
Old Priory, 1904, River Hill, Flamstead
Buildings along River Hill, Flamstead
Rood screen and carved figures, St Leonard's church, Flamstead
School buildings and education from 19th century
Buildings along Trowley Hill Road, Flamstead
View northwest from the church tower, in the 1900s and in 2020
Water pumps used in Flamstead until piped supply from 1937