Victorian Campsea Ashe

 

The Heritage Group has embarked on a project to discover what the village was like throughout the Victorian times, 1837 to 1901. It was a time of major change in the village, not least because of the building of the railway which encouraged greater movement for many people.

Click on the links to view sections completed so far:

A few facts about

Victorian England

An introduction to Vctorian England
Clergy of Campsea Ashe Mainly about the four Rectors of the time.

 

We will be documenting many areas of local life including:

population

transport

The Church

Fashion

Weather

buildings

local people

the school

railway

sport

business and employment

poverty and the Workhouse.

Keep revisiting this page as we will be uploading our researches here.