The Branscombe Project
Mike & Wendy Gluyas
Roman Army in Devon
St Winifred's Churchyard -
Do gravestones in a village churchyard tell the whole story of who lived and died within the parish?
Branscombe in the News 1800-
A look at village life from the newspapers, with the use of other sources to find the stories behind the news.
The Seaton Hoard, Metal Detecting in Beer and Branscombe
Everything you didn’t know about Branscombe: Project, AONB, HEAPS
The Devon Woman who started a Global Fashion Revolution
News from the Hebrides
Working the Cliffs
Barbara Farquharson & Sue Dymond
People and Stone on the Jurassic Coast
The Israeli/Palestinian Wall -
In the Footsteps of Orlando Hutchinson
A look at the Branscombe Project and the Parishscapes Project.
Cow Pats, Untouchables & Installation Art in India
Andy collaborated with artisans and villagers in India to create sculptures that use their traditional skills and materials.
Branscombe’s Literary, Artistic and other Visitors
John Torrance & The Branscombe Players
Bodmin Moor -
Bodmin Moor’s well-
Branscombe in the Middle Ages
The Doomsday Book, scant material remains and other documentary evidence are used to examine the social organisation, occupations and surnames of the Middle Ages.
The Branscombe Coastline, then & now
Geology and geo-
World War 1, Reports from the Home Front
Branscombe in wartime as seen through the pages of the parish magazine. Drama-
Echoes and Prehistoric Rock Art: Chris Chippindale
Bronze and Iron Age rock art found in Valcomonica in the Italian Alps. The setting, the way people moved around the alpine landscape and how they responded to sounds and echoes from the rocks.
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The East Devon Pebblebeds Project
Based on past and present archaeological excavations, Chris will be talking about the extraordinary Bronze Age landscape of the Woodbury Common Pebblebeds, and comparing it with the present day landscape.
Three Trunks in a Branscombe Attic
The excitement of a discovery of a fine collection of photo albums and three trunks of letters and documents in a Branscombe attic and the ways in which it builds up a vivid family history that begins in the 1830s and ends a hundred years later.
|Local History Articles
|Berry Barton Map 1763
|Branscombe Trade Directories
|Family & Local History
|Fixed Point Photography
|Law's 1793 Map of Branscombe
|Manor of Branscombe 1810 Map
|Methodist Baptism Register
|St Winifred's Churchyard
|William Dean Dowell
|William Ford's Diary
|Old Branscombe Families
|Newspaper Family Announcements 1939-1945
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