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Stratton St. Margaret (Penhill) - The OPC is Nigel Chalk

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St. Peter, Penhill St. Peter, Penhill

Penhill Forms part of the Parish of Stratton St. Margaret

Penhill Gallery

Penhill Places of Worship

 

Church of St. Peter

Church Gallery

Minister 1961-65 Rev. A Allan

 

History

Short History of Penhill

 

Buildings and Land

BBC Leap in the Dark - Penhill Hauntings 1973          Penhill Street Names

Clinics

Clinic Needed 1955

Community Housing

Les Gowing House 1988         Penhill Development 1959

Council Housing

Council to build three Blocks of Flats 1955

Farms

Penhill Farm

Penhill Farm         Agricultural Auction Sale 1879         Auction Sale 1896

Fires

House Fire at Marston Avenue 2017

Paddling Pool

Penhill Paddling Pool

Public Houses and Clubs

Gallery

Penhill Public Houses and Clubs

Deers Leap

The pub is situated at 141 Penhill Drive 

Modern Jazz at The Deers Leap 1963        Entertainment at the Deers Leap 1977

Sawmill

Bramhill Sawmill was just along Oxford Road on the site of the old brickworks, Burden & Evergreen Closes now cover this area.

 

Crime and Legal Matters

Drugs Raid 2018

Theft

Stealing a Bicycle Lamp 1920

 

Education

Gallery

Penhill Schools

Penhill Primary School opened in 1956

Seven Fields Primary School is at 17 Leigh Road Penhill and opened in 1964.

Penhill Secondary School

Sport

Football Champions 1966 

 

Non-Conformity and Other Places of Worship

Penhill Gospel Hall, Penhill Drive

Incumbents

Minister 1963-65 - R. J. Robbins

Congregational

Incumbents

1961-65 - Rev. W. H. Springham

Sunday School Exam Successes 1963

 

People and Parish Notables

Haunted House 1980

Elections, Polls and Voting Lists

Election Results 2017         Election Results 2018         Local Election Results 2019 

Family Notices

1950-1999

Parishioners Wills

Thomas Mulcock proved 1850

People News

Miss Garrard Contest 1966

Accidents 1950-1975

 

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