The Local History of Eton Wick

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We're gradually adding bits and pieces about the history of Eton and Eton Wick to the website. If you have done any research or have memories you would like to add, please email us or contact Mr John Denham, Secretary.

Thatch Cottage washerwomanWasherwomen and Home Laundries Eton Wick Church ChoirEton Wick Church and choir
Wheatbutts CottageWheatbutts Cottage Children at the riverThe River on the Doorstep
The Red House before alterationThen and Now - the Red House and the Village Hall School crossing patrolFarming around Eton Wick
School crossing patrolEton Wick School Flooded scout campEton Wick Scouts
Recreation GroundThe Recreation Grounds The Horticultural ShowThe Horticultural Show
The HaywardThe Hayward and the Cattle Pound

100 years of Eton Wick Village Hall

May Eton Flourish Free bannerThe struggle against land enclosure Mystery paintingEton Artist William Ingalton and a mystery painting
BuntingVE Day celebrations in Eton Wick and other wartime memories

Eton Wick Babies WelcomeEton Wick "Babies' Welcome"

Eton Wick ScoutsA Sixties Childhood in Eton Wick

The HorseshoesThe Pubs of Eton Wick

HAA Troop (detail)The German Night-Raid, 22-23 February 1944

St John the Evangelist, EtonSt John the Evangelist and the Great Victorian Marriage Mix-up

Eton Wick village centreA brief history of Eton Wick by Frank Bond.

Flooded Eton WickMemories of the 1947 Flood and the plight of the families living in the disused wartime army camp at Dorney