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Temple House on the High Street
Temple House on the High Street
A Grade II Listed Building
Lords, Leets and Barons
Lords, Leets and Barons
The Manorial Court at Topcliffe
Meldreth Then and Now
Meldreth Then and Now
Side-by-side comparisons of Meldreth Scenes
The River Mel
The River Mel
River Quality
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Meldreth Orchards in the 1960s
Meldreth Orchards in the 1960s
Terry Dash's memories of fruit picking at Chiswick Farm, Chiswick End
My Grandad Andrew Howard owned this farm, probably just before this. ...
By Anita Taiwo
On 17/03/2019
The 108 Bus
The 108 Bus
Travelling to and from Cambridge
David Here lived in a caravan at the Flint Cross when my husband John and I...
By Pat Waldock
On 06/03/2019
Temple House on the High Street
Temple House on the High Street
A Grade II Listed Building
John Newton, author of Amazing Grace, stayed with Mary Palmer on a couple of...
By Marylynn Rouse
On 11/02/2019
The Benchmarks of Meldreth
The Benchmarks of Meldreth
There is a benchmark at the end of the garden wall of 63 high street. Near the...
By Chris Duguid
On 11/02/2019
The Nodders of North End, Meldreth
The Nodders of North End, Meldreth
a Cornish connection
A fascinating read. Thank you. My father, John, the eldest grandson of '...
By Andy Nodder
On 11/02/2019
Whitecroft Road
Whitecroft Road
Picture Gallery
Used to love this old cottage it had a second staircase in the back room. It...
By Shaun Morris
On 11/02/2019
Ernest and (Samuel) Mark Pepper
Ernest and (Samuel) Mark Pepper
Meldreth Brothers in Arms in the Great War
Robert Harrison Lee, I'm sure Daisy had a child in NZ - would have to look...
By Shaun Morris
On 11/02/2019
History of the Post Office in Meldreth
History of the Post Office in Meldreth
On December 10th 1925 Meldreth Parish Council carried unanimously a proposal to...
By Bruce Huett
On 29/10/2018