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This category covers items about specific parts of Radley, such as Radley Lakes, Lower Radley, Radley Little Wood, the River Thames and the mobile home parks. Includes places just outside the parish boundary where of clear Radley relevance. This category is also used for general material about Radley as a whole.
 
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Radley area as shown in extract from 1 inch Ordnance Survey map, 1830 (railways were added to the map in October 1891). Map M.5
Radley - Ordnance Survey map, 1938. Scale 1:10,560 (reduced). Map M.6
Radley - Ordnance Survey map, 1883-86. Scale: 1:10,560. Donated by family of Robert Sephton after his death. Map M.53
Coloured map entitled The Parish of Radley near Abingdon Oxfordshire in Year 2000. Artwork by Hilary Frisby. Published by Radley History Club in 2000 to celebrate the Millennium. (i) Original artwork. (ii) Printed A2 copy (one of 1,000 printed by Radley History Club). See also a postcard of this map at Documents D.256.  Map M.40
Radley in the vicinity of the Bowyer Arms - extract (on a reduced scale) from the 25 inch Ordnance Survey map 1875. Presented by Stanley Baker, September 2007. Map M.20
Tithe Map of Radley, c.1850 - extract showing the part of Lower Radley covered by Rita Ford’s Historical Tour of 11 July 2005 for Radley History Club. See Audiovisual A.15 for a recording of the tour. Map M.16
Lower Radley, Nuneham Park, etc. - as shown on 25 inch Ordnance Survey map, 1933 edition, Sheet No. Berkshire X.4, Oxfordshire XLV.4. Presented by Jennie Deane. Map M.14.2
Wick Hall, Thrupp, etc. - as shown on 25 inch Ordnance Survey map, 1933 edition, Sheet No. Berkshire X.7, Oxfordshire XLV.7. Presented by Jennie Deane. Map M.14.3
Radley College (part), Sugworth Lane (part) and Radley Large Wood (part), 1930s - as shown on 25 inch Ordnance Survey map, Berkshire Sheet No. VI.15.  Presented by Jennie Deane. Map M.14.6
Thrupp area of Radley - as shown on extract from 25 inch Ordnance Survey map, 1933.  Map M.15
Public footpaths in Radley shown on copy of Ordnance Survey map of the parish. Presented by Doug Rawlinson, 2005. Map M.26.1
Radley Lakes - copy of sketch plan entitled 'Disposal Lakes at Radley' and endorsed ‘Taken from Didcot Drawing 31/08/63299’. Presented by Doug Rawlinson, 2005. Map M.26.5
Radley Hall Estate, sale on 2 July 1889 - map referred to in the Sale Catalogue. Tracing of the original map, presented by Patricia Groser, together with a print taken from the tracing. For Sale Catalogue, see Documents D.46. Map M.7
Ordnance Survey map of the northern part of Radley, overdrawn to show the respective holdings of Stephen, William and David Dockar-Drysdale. The pencil heading suggests that this was drawn up in 1944. Map M.49
Sugworth Lane area of Radley as shown on 25 inch Ordnance Survey map, Sheet Berks VI.15, Revision of 1936. Presented by Dennis Tyler. Map M.8.1
Sugworth Lane area of Radley as shown on 25 inch Ordnance Survey map,  Sheet SP5000-5100, 1970. Presented by Dennis Tyler. Map M.8.2
Sugworth Lane, Radley - map showing property there. Copied from map attached to an Abstract of Title dated 3 December 1900. Presented by Stephen King of Field House, Sugworth Lane, Radley. Map M.9

Sunningwell - old Ordnance Survey maps donated by family of Robert Sephton after his death: (1) 1:2,500 map, 1886 (2 sheets); and (2) 1:600 map, 1913 (2 sheets)

Map M.52
Kennington Village Map - copy of map included in the Kennington Village Plan published by Kennington Parish Council in 1972. Presented by Robert Sephton. Map M.13
Kennington - four aerial photographs dated 1947, 1954, 1962 and 1969. Donated by family of Robert Sephton after his death. Map M.57
Kennington area centred on Colley Wood. Reproduction Ordnance Survey map of 1910-1919. Donated by family of Robert Sephton after his death. Map M.54
Kennington - map of uncertain date which relates to an unnamed indenture. It shows building plots for sale along the main road and might date to the 1920s or 1930s. Donated by family of Robert Sephton after his death. Map M.55
Bagley Wood and Kennington - as shown on 25 inch Ordnance Survey map, 1936 revision, Sheet No. Berkshire VI.11, Oxfordshire Sheet No. XXXIX. 11. Presented by Jennie Deane. Map M.14.1
Kennington - Ordnance Survey map of 1830 centred on Bagley Wood Road. 1:63,360 enlarged to 1:40,000 and mounted. Donated by family of Robert Sephton after his death Map M.56
Bagley Wood - copy of old Ordnance Survey map. Date and scale not shown. Donated by family of Robert Sephton after his death. Map M.50
John Rocque’s Map of Berkshire, 1760 - extracts showing the Oxford, Radley and Abingdon areas. Presented by Peter McWhirter, March 2007. Map M.17.1 
John Rocque’s Map of Berkshire, 1760 - extract showing the Oxford, Radley and Abingdon areas. As for M.17 but on an enlarged scale. Presented by Brian Ford, February 2007. Map M.17.2 
Aerial maps - set of 16 compiled by Ordnance Survey from photographs taken by the RAF in August 1947 and converted to an approximate scale of 6 inches to the mile, and published on double A3 sheets; the maps cover Abingdon, Bagley Wood, Bessels Leigh, Boar’s Hill, Chawley, Clifton Hampden, Cothill, Cowley, Cumnor, Dry Sandford, Foxcombe Hill, Iffley, Kennington, Littlemore, Marcham, Nuneham Courtenay, Radley, Sandford-on-Thames, Shippon, South Hinksey, Sunningwell, Wootton. These maps have been deposited on long loan by Peter McWhirter and remain his property. Map M.23
Boundaries of Northcourt Parish, part of Sunningwell Parish and a detached part of St Nicholas Parish - shown on map based on the Ordnance Survey map of 1875. Compiled and presented by Peter McWhirter, December 2009. Map M.28
Abingdon St Helen and St Nicholas Enclosure Map 1842. Copy of map. Also enlarged copy of the map on two A3 sheets. Presented by Brian and Rita Ford. For copies of the Awards and transcriptions and further copies of the maps see Documents D.201. For a disc of the transcriptions, see D.202. Map M.29.1
Abingdon St Helen and St Nicholas Supplemental Enclosure Map, 1843. Copy of map. Presented by Stanley Baker. (For copies of the Awards and transcriptions and further copies of the maps see Documents D.201. For a disc of the transcriptions, see D.202.) Map M.29.2
Radley (part) and St Helen's (part) parishes as shown on 25 inch Ordnance Survey map, 1875 edition, Berkshire Sheet X.3. Presented by John Leighfield, November 2011. Map M.35
Abingdon-on-Thames - map in two sections showing the town boundary (incomplete) and  street names. Published by Abingdon Town Council. Printed by the Abbey Press, Abingdon, 1996. Map M.36.1
Abingdon-on-Thames - street plan showing the borough boundary (c.1970). Based on the Ordnance Survey map. Presented by Brian and Rita Ford, April 2012.           Map M.36.2
Abingdon, Radley and Sunningwell - copy of part of the Ordnance Survey map, 1830. Presented by Joan Gibbs, April 2012. Map M.37
1:2,500 Ordnance Survey map of the east side of Abingdon, date uncertain but c.1900 Map M.43
1:2,500 Ordnance Survey map of the Culham area, surveyed 1875, in four A3 sheets. Donated by family of Robert Sephton after his death. Map M.51
The History of Radley by Patrick Drysdale, Rita Ford, Patricia Groser, Marian Orchard, Ann Parkes, Kay Williams. Original drawings by Jim Webb. Edited and designed by Patrick Drysdale. Published by Radley History Club. 2002.  Book B.1
The Radley District: Its History, Botany, Entomology and Geology, edited by the Revd T. Field, DD, Warden of St Peter’s College, Radley. Parker and Son, Oxford. 1912. Second copy presented by Mr P. Davis of Kennington. Book B.11
Radley. Ancient Barrows to Modern Parish by Patrick Drysdale. Printed by Parchment (Oxford) Ltd. 1985. Also second copy. Book B.47
Roads in and around Radley by Christine Wootton with contributions from Rita and Brian Ford and Sally Hemsworth. Photographs by Les Hemsworth. Published by Radley History Club, 2010. Copy of text in Word format also held on disc. Book B.106
Early Modern Radley: People, Land and Buildings, 1547–1768 by Richard Dudding. Published by Radley History Club, May 2014. Book B.131
A Brief Account of Oxford University Golf Club, by Robert S. Sephton, published by Radley History Club, 2009. Also on disc. Book B.147
A Kennington Miscellany – some diverse events in its history by Robert S. Sephton, published by the author, 2006. Book B.55
Ring binder containing Stanley Baker's listings of material relevant to Radley held in other archives, including the National Archives and the Berkshire Record Office, donated to the RHC by his family after his death. Document D.324
A summary of the history of Thrupp (E) and Bullfield (F) Lakes, Radley, Oxfordshire, by Rachel Everett [2007]. Presented by the author, March 2007. Document D.109
Notes on the history of Radley, taken from A.E. Preston’s papers and lent by Miss Baker 1947. Copied from Radley College archives; copy also in Abingdon Library. Also further copy. Document D.13
Map of the Abingdon, Sutton Courtenay, Clifton Hampden and Nuneham Park area, showing Thrupp and the main line and Abingdon Branch railways. Scale 1” = 1 mile. Copy photo relating to Thrupp, presented by Mrs Frances Shepherd, November 2007. Document D.149.4
Place names of Abingdon and Radley – a note copied from A.E. Preston’s papers. Copy of copy document belonging to Radley Primary School. . Document D.183.3
Photocopy (reduced) of 25 inch Ordnance Survey map, Oxfordshire Sheet XXXIX.7, Berkshire Sheet VI.7, showing detached parts of Radley, Sunningwell and South Hinksey parishes. Document D.197.2
Typescript of Jean Deller’s commentary for her conducted tour of Lower Radley for the Women’s Institute. Presented by Jean Deller, July 2011. Document D.225.7
‘A Bloomin’ Wonder – The History of the Radley Road Nurseries’ by Rita Ford, delivered to the History Club on 8 September 2003. Document D.23
Report of the talk entitled The Deserted Settlements of Radley given by Richard Dudding to Radley History Club on 12 January 2015 Document D.242.22
Report of RHC Members’ Interests meeting, including summaries of the talks by Joyce Huddleston, Sandy Fowlie and Brian Ford, and the full text of the talk by Paddy Dockar-Drysdale.  9 February 2015 Document D.242.23
Report of the talk entitled The Bayworth Coal Mining Debacle given by Bob Evans to Radley History Club on 13 June 2016. See also D.292 for full article. Document D.242.37
Postcard of the Millennium Map of Radley, near Abingdon, Oxfordshire. Published by Radley History Club, 2000. See Maps M.40 for the full size map. Document D.256
Radley History Club tour of Lower Radley, 8 July 2013, led by Rita Ford and Richard Dudding; illustrated report by Joyce Huddleston Document D.259
Copy of Behind the Island - an illustrated article about the island in the Thames between Radley and Nuneham Courtney, Lock Cottage and the Bridge. Published in The Old Radleian 2013. Copy presented by Jock Mullard of the Radleian Society, Radley College. Document D.260
Book review in the Abingdon Area Archaeological and Historical Society Newsletter, Autumn 2014, by Bob Evans of two Radley History Club publications, namely Early Modern Radley: People Land and Buildings 1547-1768 by Richard Dudding and The Changing Boundaries of Radley and Sunningwell Parishes, as Effected by Boundary Changes at Abingdon, Bagley Wood, Chandlings, Kennington, Northcourt, St. Helen Without and South Hinksey by Stanley Baker and Peter McWhirter. Document D.261
Two short articles (source unknown) about the sale of Chandlings Farm, the first sale in 1950 when still a farmhouse, the second in ?1990 after multiple extensions. Document D.326
Note by Richard Dudding re Radley aerial photos 1969 housed in the Berkshire Record Office, together with glossy prints of seven photos and of a merged photo compiled from the seven images. Presented by Richard Dudding, September 2014. Document D.263
Review by Heather Falvey of Early Modern Radley, published by Radley History Club 2014. Extract from The Local Historian Vol. 45 No. 2 April 2015. Document D.278.2
Extracts from Radley News October - December 1990 re Radley smithy, pond and church. Document D.279
Extract from Abingdon Herald  4 January 2017 entitled 'REVEALED. Mystery benefactor  who helped to save Radley Lake', being a report of how superstar George Michael, who died at Goring on Christmas Day 2016, gave £10,000 to the Save Radley Lakes campaign in 2008. Document D.299
Article from Abingdon Herald 1 February 2017 on the hacking of a hedge without consent at Thrupp Lane, Radley, reported by Peter King of Home Farm, Thrupp Lane, Radley. Document D.300
Article from Abingdon Herald 29 March 2017 entitled 'Eyesore derelict building may be demolished after 10 years', being an account of the proposed demolition of Sandles off Thrupp Lane, Radley Document D.303
Papers in relation to Bigwood Holiday Camp between 1949 and 1961, including memoir by Patricia Groser, booking form of 1954, brochure of similar date and photos which had appeared in publicity material. (Items belonging to Patricia Groser, former RHC Committee member, and donated by her family following her death.) Document D.304.3
A Holiday Camp for Boys, Big Wood, Radley, Berkshire. 1938. 4pp. Also Information Sheet by W. Dockar-Drysdale, founder of the camp, and a Booking Form and five photographs. Presented by Patricia Groser. Also draft of a talk by Patricia Groser entitled 'A Big Wood Talk', being an account of the Holiday Camp post-war from 1949 until closure in April 1961, with 18 black and white photos. Also colour photo by Les Hemsworth of the model of the camp, held by the History Club. See also D.304.3. Document D.54
Radley (newspaper cutting in Berkshire Villages Series by Nigel Hammond, c.1970). Presented by Heather Calvert-Fisher. Document D.65
Extracts relating to Radley, Kennington and Sunningwell from The Place Names of Berkshire by Margaret Gelling. English Place Name Society, Vol. XLIX. Cambridge University Press 1973. Document D.68
Extract from Radley Church and Parish by Sydney E. Allso, 1971. Document D.77
Newspaper cuttings from the Abingdon Herald, 2005, re proposal to fill two lakes at Radley with fly ash from Didcot Power Station.  Document D.81
Radley and Kennington. Extract from the Victoria County History for Berkshire, Vol. 4; copied from a copy in the Radley Church archives loaned to the Club by Denis Standen, churchwarden, 1998. Document D.85.1
Bagley Wood. Extract from the Victoria County History for Berkshire, Vol. 4; downloaded by Stanley Baker from the British History Online website, October 2010. Document D.85.2
Copy of a Research Report relating to ‘Halshanger’, Bagley Wood Road, Kennington, once owned by Bertrand Russell. Compiled and published by Robert Sephton for the Kennington History Society, 2006, and presented by the author. For Robert Sephton’s book Bertrand and Alys Russell in Bagley Wood, published by the author 2007, see Books B.57. Document D.88
Artwork (posters, photos, maps, prints etc.) for A Kennington Miscellany – some diverse events in its history by Robert Sephton, published by the author, 2006. Donated by the author's family after his death. For book see B.55 Document D.341
Newspaper cutting re Catharine Court, Radley, advertising for sale five one-bedroom and five two-bedroom apartments being built on site of former shops. Document D.91
Newspaper cutting from the Oxford Mail, 18 September 18 2006 – The Changing Face of Radley, with three pictures of Radley Primary School 1966, Good Friday Walk 1982 and tree planting 1990. Document D.97
Copy extracts of articles on Berkshire Charters, by G. B. Grundy, relating to (i) Abingdon and (ii) Kennington, (with mention of Radley field names), taken from the Berks, Bucks and Oxon Archaeological Journals, Spring 1922 and 1926. Presented by Robert Sephton. Document D.98
Vision of Britain through Time entries, downloaded by Stanley Baker and donated by his family after his death. These cover the period 1801-2001 and include maps, statistical trends and historical descriptions: (1) Radley (2) Bagley Wood Document D.327
Disc containing the images used in the RHC publication, The History of Radley, donated by the family of Stanley Baker after his death. For book, The History of Radley, see B.1. Photo P.218
Radley photographs. Disc belonging to Stanley Baker containing a large number of photos, some of of family interest but most of places, people and events in Radley. Donated by his family after his death. Photo P.219
Lower Radley Scene, 1937. Copy of original owned by Don Mattingley. In Photograph Album containing Photographs P.1.1–1.62. Photo P.43
Horse and Cart of Radley Coal & Coke Merchants (no date). Copy of original owned by Don Mattingley.# Photo P.44
Lock Cottage and Bridge at Nuneham Park, Nuneham Courtenay, c.1900. From the Mick Portsmouth Collection: copies of photos loaned by Mick Portsmouth of 69 Foxborough Road, Radley. For similar images see Photographs P.69.4, P.69.5 and P.168. Photo P.64.8
Part of north side of Foxborough Road, Radley, recently developed, c.1937. From the Mick Portsmouth Collection: copies of photos loaned by Mick Portsmouth of 69 Foxborough Road, Radley. Photo P.64.9
Copies of aerial photograph of Radley taken in 1943 by John Lloyd flying a Mosquito aeroplane. Copy presented by David Buckle from original owned by Charles Drysdale. For an album of photographs, of which this is one, see P.119.

Photo P.66
Bridge from Nuneham House Estate to island opposite the Old Boathouse, with thatched cottage where teas used to be served. c.1920. Copy photograph presented by Jean Deller. For similar images see Photographs P.64.8 and P.168. Photo P.69.4
Bridge from Nuneham House Estate to island opposite the Old Boathouse, with thatched cottage hidden in the trees. Post 1920. Copy photograph presented by Jean Deller. For similar images see Photographs P.64.8 and P.168. Photo P.69.5
Horse chestnut tree near Radley Bridge, 1933. Copy of photograph owned by Jill Harpwood. [MISSING] Photo P.71.1
Radley Village Shop of E.E. Bayliss at 87 Foxborough Road. 1960. Copy of photograph owned by Jill Harpwood. Photo P.71.2
Bridge from Nuneham House Estate to island opposite the Old Boat House, with thatched cottage in the background (sepia print). c.1920. Copy of postcard. Presented by Brian and Rita Ford.
Photo P.74.1
View of Cottage and Bridge at Nuneham Estate, from the Radley side. c.1920. Copy of postcard. Presented by Brian and Rita Ford. Photo P.74.2
Copy of a photograph of Old Radley Orchard, Lower Radley, taken in about 1934, with two grand elm trees at the entrance. Presented by Jill Harpwood. Photo P.81
Aerial photo of the western end of Sugworth Lane, Radley. 1974. Copied from the original loaned by Judith Bland, June 2007. Photo P.112
Bridge with fish killed after pollution of the Thames from Sandford Mill. c.1935. Copy photograph from Beryl Buckle’s collection, presented by Beryl Buckle, August 2007. Photo P.115.4
Two photographs of the plaque on the pillar of one of the gates leading into the Memorial Field, Kennington. Taken and presented by Les Hemsworth, August 2007. For Booklet about the Memorial Field, see Books B.72.3. Photo P.117
Album of 25 aerial photographs of Radley taken on 24 and 25 August 1943 by Squadron Leader Johnny Lloyd from a De Havilland Mosquito Aeroplane which had been converted for photo-reconnaissance work. The album bears the legend ‘Radley History Club’ on the front cover and includes pictures of the Station Badge of RAF Benson and of a Mosquito Aeroplane, together with an Introduction to the collection by Charles Dockar-Drysdale and an index to and description of the individual images and their location. Also includes at the back of the album, a Slide Show CD and a Film DVD. Presented by Charles Dockar-Drysdale, January 2008.  Photo P.119
Copy of aerial photograph of Radley, c.1970. Presented by Patricia Groser, 2002. Also second copy. Photo P.132
Seven photographs of Wick Hall, buildings and grounds, Radley, 2001. Photo P.143
The River Thames at Radley (P/8523). Photograph purchased from Oxfordshire Studies, 2006. Undated. but probably taken in the 1930–1950 period(except where otherwise stated). © Oxfordshire County Council (image number given in brackets). Photo P.144.42
The River Thames at Radley, with small rowing boat in foreground, two people on the bank and Nuneham House in the background (P/8528). Photograph purchased from Oxfordshire Studies, 2006. Undated. but probably taken in the 1930–1950 period(except where otherwise stated). © Oxfordshire County Council (image number given in brackets). Photo P.144.43
The River Thames at Radley (P/8529). Photograph purchased from Oxfordshire Studies, 2006. Undated. but probably taken in the 1930–1950 period(except where otherwise stated). © Oxfordshire County Council (image number given in brackets). Photo P.144.44
The River Thames at Radley near the Old Boathouse, with Nuneham House in the background (P/8536). Photograph purchased from Oxfordshire Studies, 2006. Undated. but probably taken in the 1930–1950 period(except where otherwise stated). © Oxfordshire County Council (image number given in brackets). Photo P.144.45
Notes supplied by Beryl Buckle and Don Mattingley, 2006, about some of the above properties. Photo P.144.46
Two aerial photographs of the north-west part of Radley, showing the Church and Radley College areas, taken by RAF Abingdon, November 1976. Presented by Doug Rawlinson. Photo P.149
File of 10 coloured aerial photographs of Radley, Radley College, Kennington (part), Peachcroft, Audlett Drive etc., scanned from Google Earth, 2009. Part of a collection of documents, photographs etc. presented by Charles Dockar-Drysdale, March 2009, the remainder of the collection being filed under Books B.76 and Documents D.182. See also disc found at P.207. Photo P.157.7
Set of six photographs of Wick Hall, the Gravel Pits, and Harwell Church. Presented by Dr Robert G. Robins of Australia. November 2009. Photo P.160
Copy of black & white photo of Lock Cottage and Bridge at Nuneham, c.1920. Presented by John Homewood, March 2011. For similar images see Photographs P.64.7, P.69.4 and P.64.5. Photo P.168
Copy photograph of a carved boundary stone on land along a lane at Lodge Hill, Radley, denoting a boundary of St John’s College land, 1822. Also copy e-mails concerning the stone. Presented by Robert Sephton, November 2010. Photo P.170
Aerial photograph of Radley taken by Fairey Surveys Ltd for County Surveyor, Berkshire County Survey, scale 1:10,000. April 1969. Photograph presented by Jean Deller, July 2011. Photo P.172.12
Two aerial photographs of Home Farm, Thrupp Lane, 1986 and 1996. Apparently supplied to Jean Deller by Mrs R. King of Home Farm. Photograph presented by Jean Deller, July 2011. Photo P.172.11
Five colour postcards of Radley produced by Radley History Club for sale:
(i) Millennium Map of Radley, Artwork by Hilary Frisby.
(ii) Four buildings around Radley - Memorial Arch at  Radley College, Radley Vicarage, Lower Farm House, Spinney's Cottage
(iii) Thrupp Lake, Radley
(iv) School Pond, Radley
(v) St James the Great, Radley
Photo P.190
26 colour photographs taken by John Huddleston from within and on top of the tower of Radley Church on 17 April 2016. Presented by John Huddleston. Photo P.197
Photos of various Radley buildings and roads – some, possibly all, taken in 1982 (photos belonging to David Buckle and donated by his family following his death) Photo P.202.8
Photos, taken c.1996 of Pumney farmhouse, newly enlarged Old Boathouse and the top end of Thrupp Lane (photos belonging to David Buckle and donated by his family following his death) Photo P.202.9
Pumping fly ash into Radley Lakes, 2003 (photo belonging to David Buckle and donated by his family following his death) Photo P.202.11
Radley village scenes. 50 images, 2006-2009. Les Hemsworth Collection of Photographs, presented by him. Photo P.204 (3)
Properties and scenes at Lower Radley. 65 images, 2006–2009. Les Hemsworth Collection of Photographs, presented by him. Photo P.204 (4)
Tree planting at Radley Car Park. 13 images, 2006. Les Hemsworth Collection of Photographs, presented by him. Photo P.204 (5)
Coal Yard at Thrupp Lane, Radley. 37 images, January 2009. Les Hemsworth Collection of Photographs, presented by him. Photo P.204 (7)
Nuneham House and Park, taken from Radley across the River. 19 images, May 2009. Les Hemsworth Collection of Photographs, presented by him. Photo P.204 (8)
Slide show on disc of miscellaneous photographs of Radley scenes, May 2007 (approx. 56 minutes). Compiled by Stanley Baker. Photo P.212
The Reindeer and Wolves of Radley - Excavations at Tuckwell’s Gravel Pit. Talk by Dr Katharine Scott, 10 October 2005. Audiovisual A.82
A Bloomin’ Wonder - The History of the Radley Road Nurseries. Talk by Rita Ford, 8 September 2003. See also typescript, Documents D.23. Audiovisual A.64
The Thames from Iffley to the Thames Barrier. Talk by Russell Cherry, 10 November 2003. Audiovisual A.66
Film of the ‘Save Radley Lakes’ protest meeting and march, 17 February 2007 (approx. 24 minutes). Audiovisual A.26

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