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  • Collection: Parish:- Heath. Booton Clay Pits. Village Sign etc

Volunteers Recognitions 2017.pdf
The Parish Council volunteers recognition evening was held on Wednesday 17th May 2017 and was organised by councillor Mrs Theresa Carman. Click on File to view full screen....

Marriotts Way.pdf
Marriott's way is the former railway line which is a 21 mile route path for Walkers, Cyclists and Horse riders.

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Oakes Family Playing Field.pdf
The Oakes Family Playing Field is a community resource owned and managed by Cawston Parish Council for all the families living in the Cawston parish. A joint Project Team was formed with the Oakes Memorial Trust and Cawston We Aim Higher Group to…

Cawston Parish Report and Action Plan 2010.pdf
After a public meeting attended by around twenty five people, it was agreed to proceed with a group that would assist with the organization of the work towards producing a village plan. The first meeting was held on Tuesday 8th April 2007, attended…

Cawston Heath.pdf
This lovely area of heathland to the east of Cawston might be considered to have changed little over the centuries. This may be true in some respects, for the birch trees, gorse, and heather continue in their beauty, but our ancestors of the First…

Booton Clay pits 2010.JPG
Formed here when men once dug clay at a penny a yard (cubic), earning a meagre 35 to 40 pence a week at a time when the local weaving industry was in decay. The Cawston Fishing Club use and look after Booton Clay Pits which is owned by the Parish of…

Village Sign.pdf
In 1937 the Cawston Sign was carved and painted by Mr. H. Carter of Swaffham, it was unveiled as a memorial of the Coronation of King George V1, by H.M. Lieut, of the County, Mr Colman and given by the Parish Council, the centre panel shows a weaver…
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