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Life at Ratcatchers Row by Michael Yaxley.pdf
The houses that once stood at the Ratcatchers Row (also called Rats Row) at Eastgate were demolished in the early 1960s....

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Sam Pye Butcher Next to Barclays Bank.jpg
Early 1900's Mr Sam Pye was a Cawston Farmer who also had the slaughter house & butcher shop....

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Auxiliary Fire Service.pdf
The Cawston Auxiliary firemen with their Green Goddess appliance supported other services all over the Country which required water supplies, the service started during the 2nd World War in Reepham, moved to Haveringland and came to Cawston in…

Booton Road Goose Pie Lane Photos.pdf
A walk along the road to Booton - "Booton Green Lane" as many of us know it is a sentimental journey, recalling the first time I passed. that way in April, 1952, when the banks were bright with primroses and violets and other flowers. At that time…

Aylsham Road.pdf
The Road from Cawston to Aylsham, the B1145: Leaving Cawston. The first right is Cooks Hill and was originally known as Stocks Hill, the stocks were in this area, probably on the site of the new houses built in 2001 opposite the Post Office, joining…

Ratcatches Bowls Club Eastgate 1955.pdf
The White House Bowls Club: During 1965 the White House Bowls Club played friendly matches with various local clubs, about one match a week was played. The club had two trophies:- Presidents Trophy (Pairs) won by Mr A. Cox and Mr C. Thompson, 1965…
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