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Welcome To The
Elfordian Times
Web Site
 
Please use the link below to sign the guestbook

The Elford Guestbook  View the Guestbook

I now have the story of Elford and it's possessors written by Mr Roland Ridgway in 1943 this gentleman lived at Cheslyn Hay and wrote another book on that area I'm very gratful to his son and grandson for the loan of this manuscript.
 
It gives a full and detailed account of all the lords of the manor and the church from the 12th century onwards anyone who wishes to see a copy I will be pleased to forward you a CD with it all on as it is far to large to put on this website.
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The Past,Present and Future
of
A Staffordshire Village
 
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This web site has been set up to help people to see what the village was like in the PAST to raise some pride in the village as it is TODAY and to help shape it's FUTURE there are pages dedicated to setting up a Village History Group,a Local Heritage Initative also a page dedicated to The Howard School.
There are many photographs on the following pages please feel free to download them if you wish,we hope to be able to keep this web site up to date as we get more information and photographs.
             If you have any information about the village or photographs you would like to see on these pages please let us have them ( all photos returned after scanning)and we will put them on the relevant pages of the web site.
A NEW WEBSITE FOR THE HALL GARDENS PLEASE CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW
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Sitting pooch

NEW
A NEW PAGE AND PHOTOS GO TO VILLAGE TOUR THEN CLICK GREENDALES.
or use link below
CAN YOU HELP
We seem to have lost a part of Elfords history can you help please. To see the full story and details please click on the link below.