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Foreword – Tales of a village historian

Introduction – The Womens Institute scrapbook

Early Days

The first world war in High Wych – The soldiers that did not come back

The first world war in High Wych – At the home front

The first world war in High Wych – Bessie Martha and Frankie

The first world war in High Wych – Johnny and Joe

The first world war in High Wych – A woman called Louvain

The first wordl war in High Wych – Some soldiers that did come back

The second World War in High Wych – Percy Wilson’s passing

The second world war in High Wych – The Home Guard

The second world war in High Wych – The Home Front

The second world war in High Wych – The Child Evacuees

The second world war in High Wych – Thesie and Albert  Goldschmidt – Jewish Refugees in High Wych

Business in High Wych – The Blacksmith and the Garage

Business in High Wych – The High Wych Village Shops

Business in High Wych – High Wych Windmill

Business in High Wych – Helmer & Dyer

Pubs and Restaurants – The Rising Sun

Pubs and Restaurants – The Hand and Crown

Pubs and Restaurants – The Half Moon – Chandini

Pubs and Restaurants – The Queens Head Allens Green

Farming – John Prout

Farming – Mathams Wood

The Manor of Groves

Crime and policing – Early days

Crime and policing – Jack Oliver

Camp Family History – Memories by Eric Willison

The Kempthornes arrive in High Wych

The Kempthornes in World War Two

 Actons Farm and the Mynott Family

Valentine Fane: a Life

John Sapsford – A life

Grace Dunn – First High Wych Historian

High Wych Memorial Hall

High Wych and Allens Green in the Best Kept Village Competition

Clubs and pastimes – Treading the boards in High Wych

Clubs and pastimes – the High Wych Cricket Club

Summer parties and fetes in High Wych

Three High Wych centenarians

High Wych Church – St.James’s 1

St. Jamess’s Church High Wych 2

Link article HWH 61 anthonys farewell present