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EASEBOURNE - United Kingdom
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Easebourne Parish Council
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St. Mary - A272, Easebourne, GU29 0AH
Revd Derek Welsman, Easebourne Priory
Vintage Photos of Easebourne
Roll of Honour
St. Mary's graveyard
Born in Easebourne she died a heroine in South Africa 1992
In 1835, at the age of 15, a pupil of Midhurst Grammar School who lived in Easebourne, not only wrote, but printed and sold books about the area in which he lived...read more
15 April 2010
Easebourne memories of the Girl Guides
It is 100 years since the Girl Guide movement was founded & 80 year old Joy Mitchell from Easebourne has more memories than most.
EASEBOURNE LANE FIRE
click for report & videos - 30 October 2011
EASEBOURNE STREET FIRE
click for report & photo - 10 Dec.2008
Tina Litchfield launched her new book at Easebourne Priory summer fair - June 2011
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This ideal gift is available at Easebourne Village Stores, by phoning the author on 01730 816542, or by email email@example.com Price is £10 - £2 of which goes to St Mary's Church.
Aerial image Easebourne
Chris Peka  
Cottage Hospital, old
Cowdray yellow paintwork
FC - Midhurst and Easebourne
Health Centre, Dodsley Lane
History of Easebourne
Mass & Scratch Dials at Easebourne church
Newsletters, Parish Council 2005 - 2012
Old Photographs & Postcards
Photographs of Easebourne
Post Office & Stores
Post Office directory 1851
Post Office directory 1867
Post Office directory 1911
Queen Elizabeth Oak
Rother Valley Trail link
Vintage trail link
White Horse pub
Miscellaneous articles: -
Accident & incident reports
SUSSEX POLICE report - Aug.2014
Easebourne Cannabis Factory - 4 released.
History of Priory published 1973
Audrey Clarke, Australia - researching
Clarke, Pike, Burse and Mayne family history - click
William Hopkins Bankruptcy 1884 - Farmer & Lime Merchant - London Gazette, 12 Sept.1884
Great Todham Farm, Easebourne
Easebourne Tithe Apportionment transcription
Rent-Charge in lieu of Tithes, 2nd July 1847
Easebourne Rent Charge transcription, c.1841
Cowdray MSS 1892 - Easebourne Reference Book - Apportionment of Rent-Charge
population & dates:-
1831 - 904
1841 - 891
1851 - Union workhouse had over 200 inmates
1861 - population 859
1891 - 1,391
1901 - 1,398 see below
2001 - 1,717 - 708 households
In 1901, total 1,398 in the civil parish, including 90 staff & inmates in Midhurst Workhouse,
1,481 in the ecclesiastical parish.
Easebourne Village Institute (Easebourne Club)
closed 2009 Easebourne St, Easebourne
Primary School, [was Easebourne Street].
2013 - now at Wheelbarrow Castle, Easebourne
Easebourne Primary school to move - 30 Aug.2012
HAS COWDRAY 'JUMPED THE GUN'
WITH NEW HOUSING PLANS?
Cowdray plans new houses on old school site - 13 July 2017
Easebourne explorers are back!
Re-opened, and seeking new members aged 14-17.
Contact: Richard Paterson, 07875 414740
Easebourne Scout Hut, 8:30pm every Wednesday
eMail received 22 Nov.2015
Richard Paterson, Cerberus ESU Leader
1st Easebourne Beavers, Cubs, Scouts
Contact David Hutchings 01730 812823
or Maureen Day 01730 816163
Scout Hut opposite Easebourne Priory.
Phillipa Denman 01730 812203
Julia Wain 01730 815155
Conifers School, Egmont Road.
Alison Davis 01730 816642
Midhurst and Easebourne Toddler Group
Meeting on Thursday morning from 10.15am - 11.45am
Midhurst Methodist Church Hall in North St., Midhurst.
||Ild Post Office & Stores
||6 Easebourne Street - - Post office closed
||Cowdray Estate Office, Easebourne GU29 0AQ
||Midhurst Sports Association
||The Pavillion, Cowdray Ruins, Easebourne
||Midhurst & Easebourne FC
||Rotherfield, Dodsley Lane, Easebourne
|fuel & stores
||Gillhams Service Station
||Easebourne Lane, Easebourne
|fuel & stores
||Dodsley Lane, Easebourne [CLOSED Oct 2011]
|B & B
||off Easebourne Street, Easebourne
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