Above: visit to Cotswold Woollen Weavers at Filkins with Pamela Richards. The slideshow hints at events, outings, studies and projects that live on in the memory - not all of them reflected in the pages of the Good History. If you can help with more names and dates or images please get in touch.
The Junior History Group of Eynsham Primary School published this journal from 1995-2006: editor Pamela Richards; documents below. It generally appeared twice a year, with support and contributions from many residents, including the Story of our Shops (1998). Three special issues covered Eynsham Inns (1997), School History 1967-1999 and Aelfric the Teacher (2005).
“We are the only Primary School Group doing this kind of research and all our work is recognised by the Oxford Local Studies Centre.”
Eynsham Junior History Group 1987-2007 by Matthew J Marks; from Eynsham Record 24 2007.
|01/12/2006 Good History no.21|
|01/06/2006 Good History no.20|
|01/12/2005 Good History no.19|
|01/06/2005 Good History no.18|
|01/12/2004 Good History no.17|
|01/06/2004 Good History no.16|
|01/12/2003 Good History no.15|
|01/06/2003 Good History no.14|
|01/12/2002 Good History no.13|
|01/06/2002 Good History no.12|
|01/12/2001 Good History no.11|
|01/06/2001 Good History no.10|
|01/12/2000 Good History no.9|
|01/06/2000 Good History no.8|
|01/12/1999 Good History no.7|
|01/06/1999 Eynsham Primary School 1967-99|
|30/10/1998 Good History no.6|
|01/12/1997 Do You Remember an Inn?|
|01/06/1997 Good History no.4|
|01/06/1996 Good History no.3|
|01/12/1995 Good History no.2|
|01/06/1995 Good History no.1|
Luke Maskell and David Richardson on the Junior History Group's annual visit to Oxfordshire Archives at County Hall.
Read the reports by Emily Beach, Jessica Scott and Abigail Pukaniuk in Good History no.6 autumn 1998.
A visit to White's bell hanging business at Appleton. Mr White treated the girls like bells (or belles) and weighed them. Left-right: Jessica, Helen, Erica, Christina and Emily.
Read the report in Good History no.7 winter 1999 (pages 4-7).
Full report in Good History no.8 summer 2000.
The weir paddle enclosure erected in 1924 by Oxford Canal Company.
We made a study of transport and communications in Good History no.8 summer 2000.
Lydia Ferres enjoying some well-earned refreshment after her tour of Kingston Bagpuize House.
Read her report in Good History no.9 winter 2000 (pages 3-4).
This term we looked at Victorian working children, mainly in Eynsham. Read the report in Good History no.13 winter 2002.
We brought our research on Victorian life together in a short presentation to members of Eynsham Day Centre.
A scene from the Day Centre: playing Snakes and Ladders with two Ernies, Messrs Baldwin and Hacker.
Mr Hacker told us what it was really like to be a coalminer.
The children particularly enjoyed the occasion.
Our study of Eynsham trades /businesses /industries from tanners and brickworks and papermills and sugar beet factories appears in Good History no.14 summer 2003.
This mock-Tudor garage in High Street has now been replaced by two houses.
In 2003 Thomas Sutherland did another 8 mile walk through part of Wychwood to help raise funds for Oxfordshire Carers' Forum.
This year he was joined by Mary Moore.
More time with the Day Centre in 2002.
Here Mary Moore is helping Mrs Day and Mrs Rainbow to make mince pies.
This term we looked at the history of parliament: see Good History no.19 winter 2005.
The theme was started for us by David Cameron, our local MP.
A walk round Eynsham Abbey Heritage Trail one Saturday afternoon.
Elizabeth Gornall, the monk, at St Benedict's Fair in summer 2005.