Hadnall
A Shropshire village mentioned
in the Doomsday Book 1089
Hadehelle

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About Hadnall

The Embroidered Map in the Village Hall

Hadnall & District History Group

Hadnall Remembers - pictures
 
The Ease - recording the progress

Hadnall Trainspotters updated updated for 2019

Hadnall P3 Group records the work of the group

Latest additions:-
Oct '18 More pictures from Acton Reynald School (Westlands School)


Contact point:-
history@hadnall.org.uk


Last Update:-
3rd September 2019

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Hadnall - all things locally historical!

This website has now changed its focus.  It will no longer be updated on a daily basis with village news and information.  At the moment the best source of information is www.hadnallcouncil.co.uk

Over the years we have accumulated a small amount of historical information about Hadnall.  There have been a number of enquiries from many parts of the world with people asking for information or indeed supplying pictures and stories etc.  The site will therefore continue to make this information available to everyone - indeed the focus will be to increase what is offered.

We are not only recording the 'old' history of Hadnall, but also the 'new' history.  As the village changes and grows, we will be recording these changes to form a bigger and broader record of Hadnall.  We welcome any contributions from anyone with a story to tell, old or new pictures.  Requests for information may be accepted as there are folk living in the village who may know the answers.

For the moment, our resources are accessible through the Hadnall & District History Group link.    Our biggest research project was to record and maintain the records of the burials in Astley Church yard.  Finally we have started the survey of the Hadnall Churchyard.  Our May meeting made a start at visiting each gravestone and check/record the wording.  Photographs will also be taken and then the lengthy process of transcribing all the data onto web pages and then the information will be made available here.  initially, it will be piecemeal as a "work in progress" so that the team can see how their efforts are being used and also as a test bench to ensure the elements work properly.  comments from beyond the Group will be very welcome too.  As the saying goes "watch this space"!