May Tully and her brother Charles on their daily round
Father Wilson - Hoppers' Hospital founder
Queens Head - back in business !
Village Hall, a community hub
Stream Cottage, one-time home of the Pitman family
Hoppers - in Sunday best ?
Next door neighbours at number 4
Plaque marking a copse from grateful London hop-pickers
Flat tyre !
Granny Jennings, Ploggs Hall
The Alders, now the Dovecote
Lady of yesteryear
No play before lunch !
St Thomas a Becket, Capel
Hoppers' Hospital, Five Oak Green
James Arthur Buggs with family
Ploughing competition, 1902
Waiting on the Green for a bus, early 1950s
King's Head - in sad state
Hoppers' accommodation, numbers 1-3
Capturing the past.
Listed barn, Tanners Farm, Church Lane
Copse, courtesy of hoppers
Bill Twort in bandsman uniform
Hannibal aircraft makes forced landing in Five Oak Green, 1931
Fuselage towed away
Ernest Thirkell and Elizabeth Buggs, wedding day, January 1925
Capel School, early 1900s
By the old Forge
Bi-plane comes down in Capel, 1911
All Saints, Tudeley
Albert Simmons - war veteran
Capel drum and fife band in the 1930s
Tug-of-war - the weigh-in
Cricket pavilion after extension in 2016
Capel cricketers with backs to wall on ground-breaking tour in the Netherlands, 2013
For future generations
Window at St Thomas a Becket, installed in 1905 in memory of Capt. Leslie Martin, member of the Martin family which had a large estate in the parish
Old tug-of-war pals