Ken and Lesley Johnson share memories of Christmas time in Milton Malsor; with additional contributions from Edith Sharp and Alan Digby.
A history of the clock and its refurbishment in 2012.
The story of how the village’s ex-servicemen were helped after the First World War.
The oldest female resident to have been born in Milton and spent her whole life in the village.
Life long supporter of the church, who died unexpectedly in January 2012
By Miss Alexander.
Poem by Mrs JC Emery appealing to villagers to support cleaning of the church clock.
A poem by Anne Hunt (nee turner) describing memories of her uncle Jim Turner who was the village blacksmith.
An account of the refurbishment of the Village Park whose opening was celebrated with a Gala Day on 2nd May 2011.
A brief history of the Baptist Chapel and the unveiling in 2010 of one of the Society’s historical building plaques
A brief history of the club which lasted for 10 years in the 1960s and 1970s.
One of the village’s most colourful and fascinating characters.
A short history of the Village Hall, which was built on the site of the old Workhouse Yard.
Featured on a BBC Home Service broadcast, but it was not their finest hour!
Describes the location of one of the village’s “lost yards” and recalls the memories of one who lived there.
Outlines the history of the Rectory with particular emphasis on its use during the 1960s when the Hubbard family lived there.
A brief history of this tudor building, and details of its recent restoration.
Founder of Northampton Rugby Club and resident of Milton.
Attendant to King Charles I, who spent 7 years of his childhood in The Manor House.
Off-licence owners, Masonic Grandmasters and Northampton Saints players.
500 years in Milton Malsor.
Nostalgic recollections of Florence Turner, who lived in the village for most of her life until her death in 1965 at the age of 80.
An account of an inspection visit to the Hope Brewery in the late 1890s by Alfred Barnard.
A brief history of the Institute which began in Milton in 1925.
A brief history of the Milton Stars Cycle Speedway Club (1950-1955)