|Wellingborough News, 11th March 1882, transcribed by Kay Collins
ACCIDENTOn Tuesday a horse belonging to Mr. Eve, of Ditchford Mills, started from Mrs. Pack's, baker, at a furious rate, up the street, and when near the Green Dragon it came into contact with the sidewalk, and overthrew the trap, breaking the shafts off, and injuring the horse, but fortunately, although several had narrow escapes, no one was injured.
|Rushden Echo, 3rd September 1909, transcribed by Peter Brown
PICNICIn connection with the Zion Baptist Chapel, Rushden, a picnic was held on Saturday last at Ditchford Mill, by permission of Mr and Mrs Hales. The company numbered 80. Tea was served, picnic style, in the field, and afterwards games were entered into with zest including cricket, football &c. Other pastimes included fishing. Delightful weather prevailed. The tea was given by members of the church and congregation, and the proceeds - £2 10s were for the building fund.