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In Living Memory of Cawston By Peggy Payne.pdf
This is some history of Cawston from notes of a speech given by Peggy Payne as she remembered Cawston in the 1940's.

Jimmy Payne.pdf
ROBERT JAMES PAYNE, the seventh in a family of nine children, was born at Wood Dalling 82 years ago, and has been known in Cawston and the sur­rounding area as a friendly, quick-witted and efficient farmer....

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Silver Jubilee 1935.pdf
Silver Jubilee 1935 Celebrations....

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Womens Institute.pdf
The Women's Institute started on the 23rd February 1921 with 52 members. Members marked their 90th birthday with a special celebration at the same venue as it did 90 years ago at the Cecil Cawston Memorial Institute - Village Hall.... Click on file…

New Street.pdf
New Street From Memory Lane Early 1900’s by Stanley Oakes. New Street - early 1900's: On the right coming from the Aylsham Road was Marshall Howard's builders yard, he employed about 30 men of different trades. On the left were Mr and Mrs Sally…

Cawston Home Guard.jpg
Home Guard:

Photo with Old Rectory in background.

Names reading from left:

Back Row: 4/ Don Radford. 5/ Jimmy Payne. 6/ Harrold Pratt. 7/ Tom Barker. 9/ Ernie Whall.
Second Row: 7/ John Long. 8/ Jack Delph. 9/ Tommy Neal. 11/ Clifford…

Lucky Strike Plane Crash.pdf
Memorial at Booton Rd. In 1944, Cawston was the scene of a plane crash involving an American bomber.... In 1996 a memorial to the crew of the "Lucky Strike" was unveiled by its Flight Engineer, Jack Sasson.... Click on file to view full screen....

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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