If you have any photographs suitable
for publication, relating to the history of
Flore please forward to
Daniel Robinson -1928-1909 Parish Clerk,
rope-maker, poet and village historian at the priest's door circa 1900.
Cyclists outside the Chequers Inn at corner of Sutton St and The Green 1902
62 and 64 Sutton St 1975
Postcard of Flore High Street
Sutton St - date unknown
Sutton Steet including the original Rose Cottage 1975
Cottages, now demolished at Workhouse Yerd, Kings Lane
The smithy of WH Green, at the back of Montague Villa (now 60 High St) before 1919 when the business moved to the present garage site of PG Green.
Blacksmiths at PhillipsWheelwrights 1953
Flore Flower Festival celebration envelope 1983
Spring Lane and Sutton St 1979
Flore Enclosure Award Map 1779
Floore 1895 - see more of this map on the Village Design Statement
The Old Manor, 35 The Avenue - built as the Tithe House
Unveiling of the War Memorial by Earl Spencer 1923
May Day Celebrations
Ram Bank and Sutton St. Date unknown
Flower (Flore) date unknown
The River Nene floods its banks in 2012. Flore Mill.