THE STORIES

 

The unravelling of the story of Blackheath is one of the most rewarding parts of the hours spent researching the past. As more and more stories are recalled or discovered the excitement grows as missing parts of our village history fit into place.

We currently have a wide selection of articles on most aspects of the village past and present. 

We have endeavoured to check our facts as much as possible but please do let us know if we have got anything wrong, our apologies for that but we are only human!

Please contact us if you are interested in any information or can provide any further stories, images or snippets of Blackheath's history.

JUST CLICK ON YOUR CHOSEN SUBJECT BELOW AND ENJOY THE IMAGES AND STORIES

The Village Origins

 

Village schools and Education

The War Memorial

 

First World War - coming soon

Second World War

The Cricket Club

The Cemetery and Chapel

The Gunpowder and Paper works in Chilworth and the links to Blackheath

The Miss Drews, Suffragists and The Blackheath Banners

 

Barnett Hill 

St.Augustine's Abbey/ formerly The Franciscan Friary

Whitey, The Albino Squirrel

The Crossroads

Maps

The Blackheath Lions

The Volunteer Review

Boundary Stones

Blackheath Name

St.Martin's Church - coming soon

The Church Murals - coming soon

The Village Pubs - coming soon

The Village Shops - coming soon

The Village Well - coming soon

Village Suffragists-coming soon

Blackheath & Bramley Choral Society - coming soon

The Congregational Chapel - coming soon

The Village Hall - coming soon

The Heath - coming soon

Houses - coming soon

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