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Bow Brickhill Chronicle

These links below will take you on a tour of special events or periods from Bow Brickhill's more recent past and pages showing some of the diverse wildlife in the village.  Back copies of the village newsletter from April 2000 can be found here.

Old photographs of the village can also be seen here and for photographs of people who used to live here in the last century see the genealogist page and then visit the various family pages. Interesting facts are here.  Also visit the Munday family page and learn about life in the 1840s from Henry's first hand account.

For more history about the village click here and here for pre-1930s pictures

Carols at the Wheatsheaf December 2012

Burns Night at The Wheatsheaf, January 2012 - piping in the haggis and the address

Oliver Cromwell a British Railways standard class 7 preserved steam locomotive passes Bow Brickhill Halt - May 2011

A view from the Wicks - March 2011

Narcissus pseudonarcissus - the wild daffodil - in the churchyard, March 2011

Crib scene during December 2010
Views from the tower of All Saints - January 2010
Aerial views of Bow Brickhill 2008
March & April views of the churchyard - 2008
December in Bow Brickhill 2007 - on a frosty morning
New church steps and an autumn view of the village - autum 2007
October 2007 Harvest Auction at the Wheatsheaf - short video here and here.
Spring comes to Bow Brickhill 2 April 2006 - short video 3 megabytes mov file
Church Bazaar - November 2005  Laying the church yard hedge - December 2005
Hummingbird Hawk-moth - September 2005   Long Eared Bat - September 2005 
Haymaking while the sun shines - July 2005  Wildlife in Bow Brickhill - August 2005
Autumn fungi - October 2004  Muntjack Deer - April 2005  Great Crested Newt - June 2005
Palm Sunday procession April 2004   Safari Supper May 2004
Carol Singing 2003  Snowfall - March 2003  March gales 2003
Church Bazaar November 2003  Bow Brickhill School's 125th Anniversary - December 2003
Henry Mundy - A Young Australian Pioneer - the book launch, 12 November 2003
In the steps of Henry Mundy - pictorial tour of the village following the route described in his memoirs -  early autumn 2003
Bedford Morris Men at The Wheatsheaf - June 2003   Blue Spring Pump reinstated summer 2003
Hedgelaying in Spring 2003  Spring Flowers - April 2003
January Sunset 2003  Cold & Frosty morning in February 2003
Carol Singing Christmas 2002  The Church - Christmas 2002
The Harvest Auction October 2002  Walking down from All Saints, Autumn 2002
Summer comes to Bow Brickhill 2002  Jubliee Celebrations in June 2002
Spring comes to Bow Brickhill - 2002   Tree felled London End Lane - April 2002
Interesting old buildings - 2002  March gales brought down an old ash tree - 2002
Plaque on April Cottage and the War Memorial - 2002
Virtual tour of the village, new year's day 2002
Bow Brickhill Show - July 2001   Views from the Church - Summer 2001
Church Hall Re-roofing - December 2000  Snow - December 2000
Flower Festival - June 2000  Burying the Millennium Time Capsule - July 2000
Pre-Milton Keynes Photographs
School Photograph 1951  School Photograph 1952  Fancy Dress 1954  May Queen 1954
 The Cricket Club - photos from the 1930s and 1950s  Ladies Cricket 1957
More old photographs of places and people can be found here.
 

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