Marldon Bygones

cropped-narrowblueban2.gifThe Parish of Marldon Old Photographs

The images include People, The Church (Including Bellringers and Choir), Compton and its Castle, Events (including Plays in the Village Hall), Village Outings, The School and The Apple Pie Fair, all taken from the Group archive.

It is hoped that the galleries will be added to and extended in the future.

All photographs and postcards are from the Marldon Local History Group Archive. No reproduction allowed without written permission.


  1. Saw a picture of Smokey House, it vanished and I cannot find it again. How can I look at old pictures from WW II era? Has Smokey been demolished?


    1. Hi Jean … thank you for your comments. The Olde Smokey House is still ‘alive and well’ and features on our website here:

      If you use the ‘Marldon Memories’ tab on the website you will find lots of past details from the war around Marldon Village – along with plent of old photographs too. In all we have over 1000 pictures online, with many more in our archives stored in the Village Hall.
      Derek .. Secretary/Treasurer


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