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Pauline Starsmore Pauline Starsmore from Thrapston, Northants wrote on 18th May 2022 at 10:25 pm
Hi there, my Great Grandparents, lived in Eye, and are buried in the cemetry, .They were Matthew and Maryann Norman, my grandmother was Annie Norman. I noticed an entry by Jenny Sharpe, regarding grandfather James Sharpe, a butcher in Eye, and think there may be a connection with me. Pauline.
Hi there, my Great Grandparents, lived in Eye, and are buried in the cemetry, .They were Matthew and Maryann Norman, my grandmother was Annie Norman. I noticed an entry by Jenny Sharpe, regarding grandfather James Sharpe, a butcher in Eye, and think there may be a connection with me. Pauline.... Collapse
Yvonne Peatman Yvonne Peatman from Ipswich, UK wrote on 12th August 2020 at 10:17 am
Have enjoyed reading about Eye on your site. My great great great grandparents Joseph and Elizabeth Phillips lived in Eye in the 1800s. They had ten children but sadly five of these died in infancy. Four of these five died within a few days of each in March/April 1828. It would seem likey that they would have all died of the same illness and wondered whether there were any records of an outbreak of a childhood illness in the village at this time.
Have enjoyed reading about Eye on your site. My great great great grandparents Joseph and Elizabeth Phillips lived in Eye in the 1800s. They had ten children but sadly five of these died in infancy. Four of these five died within a few days of each in March/April 1828. It would seem likey that they would have all died of the same illness and wondered whether there were any records of an outbreak of a childhood illness in the village at this time.... Collapse
Jenny Sharpe Jenny Sharpe from Thunder Bay, Canada wrote on 9th February 2019 at 9:34 pm
I've enjoyed discovering this site. James Sharpe, butcher in the trade directory was my 2nd great grandfather; William King also an ancestor. Other names in my family associated with Eye: Deboo, Hawkins, Chamberlain; Brainsby, Monk, Harbour Jenny
I've enjoyed discovering this site. James Sharpe, butcher in the trade directory was my 2nd great grandfather; William King also an ancestor. Other names in my family associated with Eye: Deboo, Hawkins, Chamberlain; Brainsby, Monk, Harbour
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Wizard Wizard from Peterborough wrote on 11th April 2017 at 9:24 pm
Vacancy: adults who would like to help with Eye Guides starting in September we are looking for adults who enjoy having fun with children aged 10-14 years old. No previous experience necessary - successful applicants will have references and DBS check (new name for CRB) completed. If you're interested please call FREE 0800 1 69 59 01 and leave your details or go to www.girlguiding.org.uk and click on get involved - I'm the District Commissioner and will get in touch for a chat letting you know more information.
Vacancy: adults who would like to help with Eye Guides starting in September we are looking for adults who enjoy having fun with children aged 10-14 years old. No previous experience necessary - successful applicants will have references and DBS check (new name for CRB) completed. If you're interested please call FREE 0800 1 69 59 01 and leave your details or go to www.girlguiding.org.uk and click on get involved - I'm the District Commissioner and will get in touch for a chat letting you know more information.... Collapse
Tim Tim from Peterborough wrote on 20th July 2016 at 10:08 pm
I am looking into the the history of the old Northam Star Sports football team, and its links to the Eye village football teams. I'd be very grateful for any information anyone has, or any pointers to where I might be able to find information. So far, research at the library in Peterborough has been a little bit like looking for a needle in field full of haystacks, so I'd be very keen to hear from former players or officials of Northam Star, or their families. The aim with this research is to eventually compile a full history from the Eye village football side in 1905, if the links through to Northam Star Sports can be confirmed, onward to the present Peterborough Northern Star team Many thanks in advance.
I am looking into the the history of the old Northam Star Sports football team, and its links to the Eye village football teams. I'd be very grateful for any information anyone has, or any pointers to where I might be able to find information.

So far, research at the library in Peterborough has been a little bit like looking for a needle in field full of haystacks, so I'd be very keen to hear from former players or officials of Northam Star, or their families. The aim with this research is to eventually compile a full history from the Eye village football side in 1905, if the links through to Northam Star Sports can be confirmed, onward to the present Peterborough Northern Star team

Many thanks in advance.... Collapse
Eric Rayner Eric Rayner wrote on 18th June 2016 at 10:16 pm
Parents might be interested in a new pre-school opening in Thorney: A brand new pre-school is opening in Thorney on 5th September. The new pre-school will be held at the Childrenโ€™s Centre at the Duke of Bedford School and will be run by the school. It will operate five days a week, Monday to Friday. 9.00 to 12.00 as the morning session, and 12.30-3.30 as the afternoon session. This ties in nicely with main school hours. The sessions will be available for children aged 2 to 4 years. The school is currently booking places and parents can contact the school office on 01733 270243 or email: enquiries@dukeofbedford.peterborough.sch.uk โ€œWe are urging people to sign up as quickly as possible to ensure a place for their child,โ€ said Mrs Bailey. โ€œWe have room for 24 children in both sessions.โ€ All 3 and 4 year olds will receive 15 free funded hours, but extra sessions will be available upon request.
Parents might be interested in a new pre-school opening in Thorney: A brand new pre-school is opening in Thorney on 5th September.
The new pre-school will be held at the Childrenโ€™s Centre at the Duke of Bedford School and will be run by the school.
It will operate five days a week, Monday to Friday. 9.00 to 12.00 as the morning session, and 12.30-3.30 as the afternoon session. This ties in nicely with main school hours.
The sessions will be available for children aged 2 to 4 years.
The school is currently booking places and parents can contact the school office on 01733 270243 or email: enquiries@dukeofbedford.peterborough.sch.uk
โ€œWe are urging people to sign up as quickly as possible to ensure a place for their child,โ€ said Mrs Bailey. โ€œWe have room for 24 children in both sessions.โ€
All 3 and 4 year olds will receive 15 free funded hours, but extra sessions will be available upon request.... Collapse