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Sudbury, United KingdomPosted by Bianca at 1:31PM on 25th August, 2011. (81.135.xxx.xxx)
Hello people of Clare! I am 17, nearly 18 and desperately looking for a Saturday job. If anyone knows of one in the area, please email me: firstname.lastname@example.org
Clare, UKPosted by bumpkin at 12:37AM on 23rd August, 2011. (81.158.xxx.xxx)
Hello Graham... In passing, I noticed in your posting (7/07/11) you suggest..."...Mary Pinchback etc married at Bradfield street church clare etc etc" However you may not be aware that there is a village called "Bradfield SAINT Clare" which is about 12 miles from CLARE itself,so your search may be more centred at that location inc its church!! Hope this might prove useful!
aughton, united kingdomPosted by Els Tompkins at 3:24PM on 13th April, 2011. (217.44.xxx.xxx)
hello the good people of Clare. I work for the charity Sue Ryder in the legacy and History team. I would be very interested to hear from anyone who has a story or anecdote to tell about Sue Ryder or her work in the area. You may have worked for her or volunteered at Cavendish in any capacity. You may have known her personally.Whatever your or your family's connection it would be marvellous to hear from you. The stories we collect help all that follow us to understand who Sue Ryder was and to continue with the wonderful work that she began in Cavendish over 50 years ago. email@example.com or www.sueryder.org. Many thanks for any help you can offer
Clare, EnglandPosted by Jenny fa fa at 10:39PM on 17th January, 2011. (81.148.xxx.xxx)
WANTED House to rent, Clare, please email if you know of or have anything suitable for a family. firstname.lastname@example.org
Clare, EnglandPosted by Jenny fa fa at 10:37PM on 17th January, 2011. (81.148.xxx.xxx)
Hello David, Might that be Ridgewell airbase? Thats about 5 miles away in Essex
Framlingham, UKPosted by David Cameron at 8:25PM on 3rd December, 2010. (88.108.xxx.xxx)
My father told me that one of his brothers was posted to an army camp situated at Clare during the second world war, just prior to being posted on to Norway. Does anyone have any information regarding this camp ie. location, size, purpose or any anecdotes regarding interaction with the camp and it's inhabitants?
clare, englandPosted by Jean at 9:01PM on 29th September, 2010. (90.216.xxx.xxx)
Nurse Lesley is a blessing to the people of Clare. Thanks for everything you do for the village and for the people who live here.Lovely lady and keep the flowers going,well done.x
CLARE, UKPosted by susiepies at 3:27PM on 27th September, 2010. (86.112.xxx.xxx)
THANK YOU FOR YOUR OFFER OF A PHONE CALL (NOT ALWAYS WISE TO PUT YR TEL.NO. IN THE PUBLIC DOMAIN), HOWEVER PLEASE POST DETAILS HERE SO EVERYONE CAN READ THEM, THAT WOULD BE MOST HELPFUL. THANK YOU
Posted by Alec at 1:08PM on 24th September, 2010. (166.63.xxx.xxx)
do you havbe a copy of your family tree I can look at. who knows I might pick up a link in yours to mine.
Clare, UKPosted by Jane Haisman at 10:05AM on 24th September, 2010. (92.20.xxx.xxx)
Please give me a call on 01787 279182 and I will happily explain how the local judging is undertaken. Clare in Bloom welcomes suggestions for change. I agree the baskets were beautiful. We are lucky in Clare to have such generous people.
CLARE, UKPosted by susiepies at 2:05PM on 22nd September, 2010. (86.112.xxx.xxx)
MANY CONGRATULATIONS TO NURSE LESLEY LAGDEN FOR HER OUTSTANDING FLOWER BASKETS AS DISPLAYED ON THE SHOP FRONT OF MARTIN AND SONS. WHY THIS BUSINESS WAS NOT AWARDED FIRST PRIZE IS BEING MUCH DISCUSSED BY LOCAL RESIDENTS AND REGULAR VISITORS TO CLARE. IS THERE SOME CRITERIA FOR JUDGING, THAT HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH FLORAL DISPLAY, FOR THIS CLARE IN BLOOM COMPETITION? NURSE LESLIE MAKES NO CHARGE FOR HER WORK BUT ACCEPTS DONATIONS FOR A BREAST CANCER CHARITY. MAGNIFICENT DISPLAY LESLEY, YOU CAME FIRST WITH ME!!
sudbury, United KingdomPosted by Clare resident at 0:00AM on 19th August, 2010. (88.111.xxx.xxx)
May I be the first to congratulate Clare on winning the Best Village award? I am pleased that the efforts of all who make this such a wonderful place to live are recognised. Well done everyone!
lowestfot, ukPosted by soapnshine at 1:21PM on 14th July, 2010. (81.144.xxx.xxx)
Hi my window cleaning company have ben asked to do some work in your area.We would like to hear from anyone who may want to use our service regularly our website is www.soapnshine.webs.com.
sudbury, englandPosted by g49 at 3:00PM on 8th July, 2010. (82.27.xxx.xxx)
master joseph gee. was headmaster of the school where the priory is now...it was was a private school... joseph gee was one of my ancestors
Port Kennedy, AustraliaPosted by patfenno at 6:00AM on 28th June, 2010. (203.45.xxx.xxx)
For Ben Wyvis. Thanks Ben for the information on the Cutts family. I havent been able to find further information on your gt grandfather, Charles, through the census records. Would you mind letting me know who he married and how many children they had? Thanks
Upton, EnglandPosted by markoneswift at 8:57AM on 26th May, 2010. (89.207.xxx.xxx)
Hello there people of Clare !! I saw your lovely village on the news last night and found an uncanny link to my wife - her name is Clare Bailey ! I noticed the village sign on the news item, it said 'CLARE' and then underneath something like 'Anglo, Saxon, Bailey' etc. I also saw a standard road sign on the news item, it said 'CLARE - please drive carefully'. I would REALLY appreciate it if someone could take a picture of the name sign with the 'Clare, Anglo Saxon, Bailey' on it and the 'Clare - Please drive carefully' sign and email them to me. My wife would be very impressed :-) Cheers all
Duxford, EnglandPosted by Rushenhistory at 4:18PM on 25th May, 2010. (86.150.xxx.xxx)
Thanks Jim, will have a look. Peter
clare, englandPosted by clare dweller at 10:51PM on 10th May, 2010. (90.221.xxx.xxx)
Hello....is there anybody out there ?, does anyone else actually look at the message board ? as you can see I was the last person to leave a message in February ,I keep checking for any response but so far no luck !! It is simple to log on you don't need to identify yourself ...so C'mon lets have some interaction !!!
clare, englandPosted by clare dweller at 4:18PM on 24th February, 2010. (90.221.xxx.xxx)
Can anyone tell me why the river levels are so erratic ,one day it's low and the next it's flooding. Also is there any plans to improve the country park? it seems to be looking a bit run down !!
sudbury, United KingdomPosted by Clare resident at 0:35AM on 6th March, 2009. (88.109.xxx.xxx)
I think it should be made clear that Clare & District Day Care Centre was an independent organisation and not run by CLASP. It is unfortunate that both Monday and Friday meetings have now been closed, but lack of volunteers with the commitment to work regularly and meet with current legislation requiremnts has had its toll.
This also has a knock-on effect to CHOC and the CLASP minibus as both orgainsations benefitted by the revenue raised by patronage of the Day Care Centre in hire fees.
I know that many other organisations are struggling to survive as the generation with the "volunteering ethic" and those wishing to put something back into society, grows older and there are no younger replacements coming forward to raise funds and commit to hands-on work.
Congratulations on the new website - a very valuable source of local information
sudbury, englandPosted by rusticgirl at 3:35PM on 17th October, 2008. (90.206.xxx.xxx)
Clare has gone global at last!! Can anyone shed some light on when the xmas sing a long in the baptist church will be this year? I know it's a bit early to be thinking about xmas, but I need to know so I can make sure I have an early shift at work on that day! Have yet to miss a year since I moved out of the village, can't wait to see Nigel again!! Thanks
I would just like to say how nice it is to have a draft copy of the minutes on the web site, it is now a lot easier to keep up with what is going on, Thanks
Clare, EnglandPosted by RonL at 8:27PM on 16th July, 2008. (86.165.xxx.xxx)
The main buses are between Sudbury and Haverhill but there is a four-hour gap in the middle of the day when people might have more interest in public transport. There are two buses daily to Bury St Edmunds in the morning, returning in the afternoon. It is NOT possible to use a bus to Bury in the afternoon, nor to return from Bury in the morning. Currently there are no buses on Sunday. With a population increasing with age, bus passes require some careful consideration unless one wishes to be stuck for four hours waiting for the next bus to appear!
haverhill, englandPosted by jay46 at 11:10AM on 9th July, 2008. (90.203.xxx.xxx)
hello, could any one tell me what bus routes run through clare or is it just the sudbury one jay
clare, englandPosted by Jean at 11:09AM on 29th June, 2008. (90.207.xxx.xxx)
Hello to everyone in Clare,
We used to live in Clare 5 years ago and we have just moved back and we are in the middle of buying a house on the hights.We now have two lovely little boys aged 20 months and 4 months.Can anyone help me out about where we should take the boys for days out or kids clubs ? Some of you out there might remember me we used to have a lovely spotty dog called Herbie,but sadly we lost him a few years ago now. Looking forward to hearing from you.......
Clare, UKPosted by Keith Haisman at 9:36PM on 18th June, 2008. (92.8.xxx.xxx)
Glad you're coming to Clare - I'm sure you'll love it. You should take a train from London Liverpool Street to Sudbury and then there is a bus to Clare. Fingers crossed for good weather for you.
New York City, United StatesPosted by kalisbon at 10:44PM on 11th June, 2008. (199.219.xxx.xxx)
I'm going to be in London at the end of July and would like to see Clare. Is there coach service to the area? Thanks.
Karen (New York City)
Ilford, EnglandPosted by Gary&Rita at 1:14PM on 29th April, 2008. (82.5.xxx.xxx)
We are moving to Hundon in a couple of months from London. What banks are available in Clare if any. If there are no banks in Clare could you tell us where the nearest Barclays and Abbey banks are situated.
Thanks very much.
Rita and Gary
clare, englandPosted by shipclare at 10:20AM on 9th March, 2008. (195.93.xxx.xxx)
Hi Colin & Debra at Ship Stores would like to thank all their friends and customers for their surport and kind messages since the shop closed. We would like to remind everyone that the Bed & Breakfast is still open as usual. Thanks again Colin & Debra
United KingdomPosted by Webmaster at 11:16AM on 6th March, 2008. (195.112.xxx.xxx)
Hi there, Don't know if this fits you search, but the parents of my maternal GM, May Ince born 28th September 1884, are listed as Samuel Ince and Mary Ince, formerly BAREHAM. The family lived at 2 Hawthorn Villas, Haverhill
Family narriative was that GGP's were Joseph and Susan BAREHAM, (nee Payne) - 2 sons Samuel and Joseph. Joseph was a horekeeper at Gurteen's clothing factory and Weathersfield Hosue. Julia BAREHAM, sister of Susan, was a cook at Hanchett Hall. I haven't as yet corroborated this information with actual searches. email@example.com