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Dairyman W. Napper with his milk card, about 1900
Sense of Place South East: telling the story
This site brings you images and information about South East England. You can find material from libraries, museums, archives, local papers and a range of organizations from the region.

Use the search box to research a topic or follow the links to our partner sites to discover the stories behind the images.
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A Natural Resource
For centuries, Greenham Common was an untamed heath. Closed to the public for half of the 20th century for military purposes, it is now a vital amenity for business and leisure.
Heritage in Place
Hampshire has a rich and diverse heritage. Explore, enjoy and learn from Hantsphere's resources on the county's people, places and environment.
Takes the Biscuit
By 1900 Huntley & Palmers biscuits and the tins in which they were sold were world renowned. Explore the factory and the lives of its staff.
More than Mars
Slough History Online offers a fascinating insight into the heritage and development of Slough. Explore the social, cultural and industrial history of the town through newspapers, photographs, articles, and other material.
Source to Sea
Archives and museums along the length of the River Thames have formed the ThamesPilot partnership with the New Opportunities Fund to make available their materials.
Gorse, heather and silver birch make up a typical scene on Greenham Common. Alresford Fulling Mill Huntley & Palmers Christmas Catalogue, 1940 Observatory House Cruising up the River Thames

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