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Telephone Lead from Old Telephone  Exchange.pdf
Lead as used at the Old Telephone Exchange at Back Lane....

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Jones Milk Bottle.jpg
Jones had the Old Farm at the Friendship Lane, Eastgate, Cawston who must have had a dairy....

The telephone No read Cawston 81.

Milk Bottle donated to the Cawston Heritage Centre
by Mr Darren Black.

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Fred Airie Knackerman.pdf
Dead, Dying, and Injured farm animals including horses were collected by the Knackerman, a Slaughter House which was used for this purpose was at the rear of Perrys Lane Farm. Eastgate....

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Farming.pdf
A visitor to Cawston School in the 1950's remarked that he was pleased to hear the long summer vacation referred to as the Harvest Holiday. At that time it lasted five weeks; originally it was four, during the month of August....

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Photos from Above.pdf
Photos from above including photos from church tower.

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Sygate Southgate photo selection.pdf
Early last century some misguided surveyor working on the first 1-inch maps of this area decided to rename this hamlet "Southgate", and so it appears on Ordnance Survey maps to this day. However, the name by which we know it, and which is included in…

Eastgate Photos with history.pdf
File 1/ Eastgate Photos.... File 2/ Life at the Ratcatchers Row. Eastgate by Michael Yaxley.... File 3/ Rough Guide Map.... Click on file to view....

Back Lane from Church.jpg
Photo: Back Lane, Norwich & Brandiston Road Early 1960’s
Photo taken from Church Tower.

Snippets from Cawston’s Past:

Back Lane, Cawston - There is an interesting theory concerning this stout name. It is that the back lane was the division…

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…
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