Geoff Webb Redbourn Collection of Photographs

Mr Webb has collected over 4000 Photographs showing pictures of Redbourn Village Life.

The collection was available with Photoloca which seems no longer to be available.

The Geoff Webb Collection is being made available at Herts memories, CLICK HERE, but it will take a little while to upload all the photographs.

On the Herts Memories website it can be fairly difficult to find the photos you are looking for, as they come up is lists without the pictures. However, Geoff Webb has found a better way is to go into Google, then Images, then followed by the name you are researching, i.e. Redbourn Junior School. Then thumbnails will come up so that you can see which picture you want. Then click that photo and it will transfer to Herts Memories with all the details.


Available now, 12.99 from Amberley Publishing, Cirencester Road, Chalford, Stroud, Glos, GL6 8PE,
tel 01285 760030, fax 01285 760031, email: Amberley Publishing website

Also a new edition of A Redbourn Commoner by Geoff Webb

The final photo exhibition was Saturday 16 September 2006 in Village Hall 10.30am to 4.30pm The profits were donated to Redbourn Junior School. The exhibition was held biennially with old and new villagers making a point of meeting to chat about old times whilst enjoying a cup of tea or coffee.

If you have any old photographs relating to the village please contact or

YVONNE SIBLEY also exhibited her pictures for sale at the exhibitions. Commissions can be undertaken

Part of the collection was on display for the 60th anniversary of VE Day in Redbourn Village Hall on Saturday 7 May 2005.

Part of Geof Webb Redbourn Collection:


The Old Silk Mill


See also Silk Mill House now Redbourn Museum

Redbourn Station


See also Nicky Line Railway, Friends Of The Nickey Line andSustrans

The Village at Work


See more Geof Webb Redbourn Collection in his published books:

or available by contacting Geoff Webb

The above two books are available to view in Redbourn Library

For further Geof Webb Photographs see: Crown Street, Dolittle Mill, High Street, Home Guard, Hopes Carpets And Flooring Ltd, Motorway Widening, Redbourn Cricket Club, Redbourn House, Russel Harborough, The Queen Victoria, or use the search box near the top of the page.

See also: - Redbourn History

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Geoff Webb

May 2010

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