While reading my daily newspaper one morning, my attention was drawn to one rather unusual story. An application had been lodged by Nick Locock with [...]
With the outbreak of the Second World War, there was a huge increase in the number of personnel joining the Royal Air Force and [...]
Southam in the coaching era Before the arrival of the railway, Britain had the fastest and most efficient form of public overland transport the [...]
Fred Abel – One of life’s characters Camping at the road side Over several summers, I had seen [...]
Southam Cinema In the early years of the twentieth century and for many years before that, the old Southam Court House in Oxford Street [...]
Southam Windmill In Medieval times and for many centuries since, the miller was a valued and greatly respected member of the feudal society. He [...]
Cardall's Corner - December 2015 - Alan Griffin
Christmases during and just after World War II were far removed from the excesses that characterise the celebration today. All of our lives were governed by ...
Cardall's Corner - June 2015 - Alan Griffin
Discussions have taken place regarding the naming of new Southam roads after the town’s fallen soldiers. Here, Alan Griffin tells us about three such soldiers. Near the ...