Photo Gallery Click on photos if you want to enlarge and scroll. Pusey Horn Main St/New Road Barnfield, Brook Cottage, Byways 1963 Main St, note power lines and sign (to Post Office?) [Sheila Terry] First motorised vehicle in Charney George Bungay [Ruth Gerring]. Identified as probably a Triumph by the National Motorcycle Museum. Autumn 1937. Haymaking at Charney Bassett. Charney village cross and War Memorial The Mill from Lyford Road 1939 Machine gun loop-hole [in Manor garden wall] New Road (unsealed surface). No 25 left foreground. Never Absent Never Late The Chequers [Shirley Dore] Maud Ody – ‘The Length of the Road’ Group outside 30 & 31 New Road No 28 New Road [Shirley Dore] Village Cross [Packer Collection 1920-1940] The Barn (on the green) of Rectory Farm looking north towards the green. [Sheila Terry] Mill and house Home on leave, Vic Hodgkins on Roy’s motorbike 1942/3 Ock Bridge Post Office and Shop, Tilly Godfrey’s. Amberley Cottage. The Smithy St Peter’s Church COLOUR Postcard Aerial view 1969 The Bridge on The Bridle Path to Stanford in the Vale St Peter’s Church Tympanum School 1950s Pusey Horn Off for a drive! Maud Ody front passenger Village Green [Henry Taunt 1860-1914] Sheds at Rectory Farm [Sheila Terry] New Road Farm now Barnfield Main St, Rectory Farm House on rt [OCL] The Chequers [Shirley Dore] Village Cross, Rectory Farm and The Horn sign [Jack Chapman] Beside The Chequers [Shirley Dore] New Road – School on right Main St/New Road The Great War St Peter’s Off for a drive! Maud Ody centre Charlie Browning in the Smithy, 1919-1920 Cripps and Sons (Vic Hodgkins) [unknown location] St Peter’s Church Postcard of Charney Church. No date. Clay Balls [from Mill Cottage] Frances Chapman ‘Stone Room’ Rectory Farm John Whitehorn [tomb in St Peter’s graveyard] Robert ‘Bobby’ Woolford – Carriers [Shirley Dore] A Singer Junior Tourer New Road Rectory Farm Primrose Villa and the two thatched cottages [Sheila Terry] The Granary (since demolished) at Rectory Farm [Sheila Terry] The Chequers, Smithy and Village Cross [Shirley Dore] No 32 New Road St Peter’s Church Doorway Detail Postcard of Charney, the village cross. No date. Bought and brought from Hanney – Ruth Gerring 2nd from left Postcard of 14 Charney (Brook Cottage) as the PO and Stores. No date, but this card was sent from Charney to London on 25/08/1930 Rectory Farm [Sheila Terry] The Horn Inn [Sheila Terry] No32 New Road Main Street/ New Road junction. Post Card sent 1965. Village Green and Inns [Packer Collection 1910-]1940 Chapel Lane Postcard view of Charney and river and one of the thatched cottages at the entrance to the village to the left of the Church. No date. Main St looking North. Rectory Farm on right. Rectory Farm Children with School in background (right) Charney Manor and Garage from Bridge The Manor Postcard of Charney, Chequers pub sign, Smithy, and village cross. No date. Axe Head [from River Ock] Helen Mewett by R. Ock, Mill in background Cottages on the green [Shirley Dore] St Peter’s Church Stained Glass Louisa & Albert Haines’ wedding 1910 Village cross Village Cross and Shop. Colour Postcard. The Orchard Rectory Farm, now Orchard Close [Sheila Terry] Brook Cottage (No 14) Post Office Potsherd The Hunt goes through Charney. No Date. Cottage on the Green May 1992 Inside the mill Charlie Browning, his wife Laura and their daughter Ivy outside the Smithy, 1920s Straddlestones, Main Street Mid 1920s. Maud Ody far right. Note the single shutter hinging upwards as mentioned in Maud Ody’s book P35. The Chequers and Smithy Longworth Road snow 1976 St Peter’s Church and the Manor 1939 Auntie Emmie & Bill Clarke 1921 at 25 New Road Village Cross [Sheila Terry] Ock Bridge Charlie Browning, his wife Laura and their daughter Ivy outside the Smithy. 1920s. ‘CJ Browning Shoeing & General Smith’ Primrose Villa and Cottages Postcard, view of Charney and bridge. No date.