A look at the way Stony used to be

School at York House
School at York House

Remembering the way we were, or at least the way Stony Stratford was, is the focus of a photographic exhibition being hosted at York House in Stony Stratford this Sunday.

From the Victorian times to the not-so-long-ago, this is a fascinating insight into one of the jewels in the Milton Keynes crown, as seen through the photographs of residents and former town dwellers.

It’s a chance to look back at a town when the only traffic in the Hight Street used to clippety-clop its way through.

You’ll see the trams, check in on the old pubs and shops and the long-gone houses and cottages from the times when houses were quirky, unique, pretty as a picture and built to last.

Entry is free, but stick your hands in your pockets and offer a little towards York House’s community projects if you can.

The bygone exhibition will be open to view between 1pm and 4pm.