Villages' scrapbook goes on line

PUBLISHED: 08:48 15 January 2009 | UPDATED: 15:57 11 May 2010

A SCRAPBOOK detailing the history of three villages has been made available on the internet. The scrap book, which contains information on Steeple Morden, Guilden Morden, and Odsey, was first put together by Guilden Morden Women s Institute in the 1950s f

A SCRAPBOOK detailing the history of three villages has been made available on the internet.

The scrap book, which contains information on Steeple Morden, Guilden Morden, and Odsey, was first put together by Guilden Morden Women's Institute in the 1950s for a competition.

Reverend Colin Price has put pages of the book into an electronic format, and the fruits of his labours can now be seen on the Guilden Morden village website, www.guildenmorden.gov.uk.

The original scrap book can be hired for a small weekly fee. Contact Dorothea Pitt on 01763 852893 for further details.

Mr Price will be attending the Women's Institute meeting tonight (Thursday) to talk about the work involved in putting the book online. The meeting begins at 7.30pm at Guilden Morden village hall, and guests are welcome.


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