West Hoathly Local History Archive

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Waggons decorated for the Harvest Home parade on September 14th 1864. The Order of Proceedings required men to have a bouquet of three ears of wheat on their left breast. The procession was headed by the oldest labourers and the "musical band". This photograph is one of only a few showing The Cat Inn before the addition of the Victorian cross wing on the west end.

The archive consists of about 1000 photographs, 450 documents , 100 maps and 12 recorded reminiscences collected over about 20 years. An annual exhibition of all of this material is held each February.

This archive entry was last updated on 08/07/2019. Information incorrect or out-of-date?
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