Old Photos of Witham

Town sign

Taken: 2003-2004, Ref: M2402

The town sign, with post box on left. It was unveiled on 22 February 2003 by Alan Hurst, M.P., and dedicated by the rector, Reverend John Suddards. In the background, left to right, are the White Hart (black and white gable, behind the post box), 39 Newland Street, 41 Newland Street (these two tall, nearly hidden by the noticeboard, 43 Newland Street, 45 Newland Street (these two lower, brick, with shop front), 47 Newland Street (tall, bow window, part of Spread Eagle), Spread Eagle (with gables, 49 Newland Street), 51 Newland Street, 53 Newland Street (these two three storey, below the left hand lot of pink flowers), 57 Newland Street (HSBC, with porch, behind the pole), 59 Newland Street (Barclays), part of 61 Newland Street (Town Hall).

RefM2402
Date taken2003-2004
SourceBelsham, Roy,7 Luard Way, Witham, CM8 1DE
Posted on Full size 1670 × 2560

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