Now I come’s up from Harwell I’ve been here since I was a lad but I remember how things were and the fun that we all had Just boys and girls enjoying in those summers so full of sun No need for mobile phones or I pods just days of endless fun Kicking a football […]
by Martin Ricketts, February 2007 The solid stuff A section through Harwell Sarsens Surface Drift Deposits The Bargain Stone The solid stuff You probably know a bit about the local geology – that the Ridgeway is chalk, that in northwest Oxfordshire there is limestone, and Harwell is on greensand, but how did it all come […]
This article was first published in May 2003 as part of the Harwell Parish Plan. In 1985 Harwell celebrated one thousand years as a village. Over that period there have been many changes, but perhaps none so significant as those in the modern era. From its roots as a small village steeped in a rural […]
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