Thornhaugh Hall under construction (1911)

Four images showing Thornhaugh Hall in its year of construction – 1911.

Manor House, Thornhaugh (c.1915)

The old Manor House in Thornhaugh village, captured around 1915.

The 17th century building was designated a Grade II listed building in March 1962.

Many thanks to Thornhaugh resident Brian Watts for contributing this image.

Old Bakery, Thornhaugh (1932)

Many thanks to Brian Watts for submitting this 1932 image of what is now partly his home in Thornhaugh.

The sign over the door states “Thornhaugh Post Office” and, Brian’s home, the Old Bakery was in the extension to the left which was built in 1709. Sadly most of the old bakery equipment was lost in the 1970s but Brian remains a proud owner of the oven doors !

Thornhaugh Hall (c.1911)

Thornhaugh Hall pictured shortly after being built in 1911.

Thornhaugh Village School (c.1917)

Thornhaugh Village School sitting on top of the hill (left) – pictured around 1917.

Thornhaugh Post Office and Bakery

The Post Office and Bakery (far left) in Thornhaugh – date unknown.

Thornhaugh (c.1904)

An early 1900s image showing Russell Hill in Thornhaugh with the old Post Office just behind the standing onlookers.