The cottages made the
papers in 1950.
12 and 13 Hoe are known as Archway Cottages because
they are near the railway bridge.
Flooding in October 1993, said to have been caused by
the ﬁlling in of drainage ditches on land towards
Northall Green. They have now been reinstated.
stay on No. 12.
12 Hoe, Mrs Mary Mendham
Stanley and Olive Mendham's wedding at No. 12.
wedding of Sylvia Ethel Holmes, 1951
In 1955 a very sad story.
The wedding of Raymond Douglas Holmes, 1964.
George Carter, garden designer, lived at 14 Hoe.
The Butters family lived in several of Hoe Hall farm's
cottages at various times. Edward Butters is seen here
gardening at No.15, with Redmire Hills in the
background. When he retired from the farm, Edward and
his wife Dolly returned to No. 5 where they had lived
some time before.
Dolly Butters' son Ted
married his wife Daphne at Hoe
church. Ted also worked at Hoe Hall