Gladesmore School

Victorian Mayhem at Markfield Park

Victorian Mayhem at Markfield Park

Sunday, 14 July 2013 - 11:00am to 5:00pm

125th Anniversary of the commissioning of the Beam Engine

Step back in time to the Industrial Revolution... Hear the hissing of steam... The smell of hot oil... See the action of the Engine...

Beam Engine & Museum, Crafts, Events, Gladesmore School, Local History, Markfield Park, Markfield Secondary School, Moselle Memories, Performances, River Lea, River Moselle, Story-Telling, Victorian, Waste Water

Gladesmore School Gardening Group with the screens they made for Pistachio's Cafe

Willow Weaving with Gladesmore School Gardening Group

Wednesday, 27 February 2013 (All day)

Weaving a screen with 'Arts Engine' circles for Pistachio's Cafe in Markfield Park with Gladesmore School Year 5 Gardening Club.

Crafts, Events, Gardening Group, Gladesmore School, Markfield Park, Pistachio's Cafe, Willow, Workshops

Gladesmore Community School - Courtesy: Friends of Markfield Park

Gladesmore Community School

"A High Performing Community School - Awarded the Royal Crest by HRH Queen Elizabeth II"

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Richard Hadingham as a young boy (c1954) - Courtesy Richard Hadingham

Richard Hadingham, Former Resident of N15

My name is Richard Hadingham. I was born on 1st May, 1945 at Clapton, E5, but lived in Wargrave Avenue, South Tottenham, N15 for the first twenty years of my life. At the age of five I started...

Beam Engine & Museum, Gladesmore School, Markfield Park, Moselle Memories, Pistachio's Cafe, River Lea, River Moselle

Markfield Secondary Modern Opening Ceremony (page 1) - Courtesy Richard Hadingham

Markfield Secondary School - Opening Ceremony

"Gladesmore School (formerly Markfield Secondary Modern) was actually opened in September 1956; the article in question was dated 1958, reporting on the official opening ceremony which, strangely...

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