Home Timeline Harberton history
The following picture galleries take the form of "thumbnail" collections, with textual comment in part, which allow you to select those images you wish to download individually and view in full screen .
1977 Jubilee Silent Film Discovery for
A super-8 reel of film capturing Harberton and Harbertonford Silver Jubilee celebrations of 1977 was found within the depths of the Parish Clerk's archive. Now digitised, the 17 minute film has been uploaded to YouTube for open viewing and the Parish Clerk hopes to arrange some public screenings for those who aren't able to access the footage online. Who broke the window during the cricket match? Who was the little boy who wasn't overly impressed at being dressed up? Who was the lady in the Union Jack knickers? Follow this link to watching the footage www.youtube.com/watch?v=HaZiN8Un3zA.
There were no notes found with the reel, so if anyone has any information about who might have shot the film or indeed recognise anyone that appears, please let the Parish Clerk know by emailing email@example.com or alternatively via YouTube comments. Happy viewing!
1977 Jubilee Album - a selection of the images showing mainly some of the village properties - interesting to compare with today in some cases
Church House Inn - a historical gallery
Old Harberton Walkabout - a gallery of over 100 images (many old postcards, photographs etc.) of the village dating back 100 or more years
2012 Harberton Photo Competition (during Strawberry Fair)
2011 Harberton Photo Competition (during Strawberry Fair)
2010 Harberton Ladies vs. Harberton Gentlemen Cricket Match 2nd June
2009 Parish Hall floor replacement following flood damage
2008 Harberton Ladies vs. Harberton Gentlemen Cricket Match 10th August
2007 mini flood - Dec 8th 2007, water running into east of Harberton from above Totnes-Kingsbridge road
2007 Flower Festival - Harberton's "Autumn Glory" festival in St Andrew's Church, September 14-17
Playing Field & street parties
Old Playing Field - The old fort and other old playing field pictures
1995/1996 extension/levelling of Playing Field
1991-1998 village events - Nov 5th Bonfires, May Days, VE Day, Pancake Race
2002 Golden Jubilee - Queen Elizabeth II's Children's Party on the Playing Field and Street Party
2006 Harberton Ladies vs. Harberton Gentlemen Cricket Match 3rd September
2006 A Walk Down Watery Lane - 17th August 2006 during repair work on the green lane, carried out under the 'Life into Landscape' scheme - see www.southdevonaonb.org.uk/our-work/completed-projects/life-into-landscape - a joint initiative led by South Hams District Council with the support of Devon County Council, with funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund.
2006 flood relief scheme work
2005 anatomy of a flood - nearly! Nov 6th 2005
2005 Nov 5th Bonfire
1997 onwards - pantomimes
1995/1996 construction of Harberton Parish Hall
1979-1991 Harberton youth - Various play group / youth club images (listing names)
1880-ish Elijah Yeoman photographs - Six pictures taken in and around Harberton in about 1880
Information and pictures from former village residents - mostly from incoming contacts to the website
Miscellaneous - Miscellaneous pictures not yet in their own categories
Take a look at these - Miscellaneous interesting pictures submitted by Harberton residents
Walkabout replacement test gallery (incomplete)
John Palmer's flickr Gallery
www.flickr.com/photos/johnp2814/sets/72157628502921667 - An online gallery
set up and maintained by Harberton's John Palmer. The flickr page opens with a
display of thumbnails. When you've clicked a thumbnail to view a single photo,
under 'Actions' you can then 'View all sizes'. On this page you can then choose
a particular size of image and download same if you so desire. [Ed. I can't
guarantee these instructions will remain the same - things do tend to change
periodically on the web.]
The gallery contents vary, with older material regularly being replaced by newer.
Dartington Rural Archive - (coming soon) - Selected Harberton pictures from the DRA
More galleries to follow, including a modern (1989) panorama series from the church tower.