By no means an exhaustive list; there are bound to be missing articles- let us know!
WAM stands for the Wiltshire Archaeological & Natural History Magazine.
Guardian Angel is the publication of the Bradford on Avon Preservation Trust (selected...Read More
Neil Mattingly’s Bradford on Avon site has huge amounts of pictures, reproductions and transcriptions of old documents. The National Monuments Record PastScape -archaeological and architectural heritage Bath in Time -photographs of Bradford and some of the villages Francis Frith -photographs from the postcard maker National Archives Family Search -the Mormon index of... Read More
Books and booklets about Bradford on Avon and its surrounding area.
Those in orange are available for purchase at the Museum
Alderslade, John & Porter, Trevor & Whitcombe, John 2000. Thirty years of the Pump: the story of the Village Pump Folk Club and Festival during the 20th...Read More
c2000 BC: Early Bronze Age burial at Jugs Grave, Inwood
7th century BC: Early Iron Age Budbury hilfort
late 3rd century: Bradford and Atworth Roman villas built
652: King Cenwalh fought at Bradanforda be Afne
705: a monastery at Bradford mentioned by St Aldhelm
709: death of St Aldhelm
955: King Eadred granted the Manor of Bradford to St Mary,...Read More