|1989 September||Society presented Harold Wand with a watercolour
sketch of Barking town-house “The Paddock” to
mark his 80th birthday.
|1990 December||Rob Gehringer and Bert Lockwood appointed vice-
|1991 December||G.S. “Pip” Sanders-Hewett elected president
following the death of Harold Wand. Pip was the
grandson of the Society’s 2nd president.
|1993 November||Chairman Fred Ettritch took part in a BBC Radio 4
Billy Bragg programme about Barking town.
|1994||Diamond Jubilee of Society celebrated. Bert
Lockwood published “A Happy Thought: the story of
Barking and District Historical Society 1934-1994.
|1994 June||Death of James Oxley, the Society’s first secretary.|
|1994 December||Joan Harrison appointed a vice-president.|