Articles about the various Village Histories

Remembering Piddletrenthide - A Picture Book of Village Memories. ,

Published on 1st November 2015, this book is in A4 format, about 200 pages long and with many photos - several previously unseen by most villagers past and present. There are personal contributed memories. It traces the social history of Piddletrenthide from the end of the 19th century to the present.

Please see the "Bookstore" page for further information

Alton Pancras History Project

Formed in 2005 to record the history of all the houses in the village and the people who lived in them.

There is a detailed "Time Line" of the Village History from 891 to Jan 2015 and includes a beautifully illustrated Village Map.

Alton Pancras - House Survey (2016)

This is a brief description of all dwellings/houses/cottages etc known to have stood in this linear village, and occasionally mentions people known/thought to have lived in them, and an approximate 'date'.

Story of Piddlehinton

The "Story of Piddlehinton" was told in a book published in 1999 by the Piddlehinton Village History group, following a very successful public exhibition the year before and which has been repeated since. An expanded and updated version of the book has now been posted on this website, copies of the original book are also available. Click on this link to read the book - it should open in a separate tab or window on your browser.

Remembering Piddletrenthide Forge

An interview with Joan Hunt, 6th September 2010

The Great War

People from the Valley who served and lost their lives in the Great War