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Church Kneelers 1992.pdf
Stitch work session for Church Kneelers....

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Corner Shop High St Church Lane.pdf
Corner Shop on High Street/Church Lane Business History:
From Harness Makers to Electrical Business....

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Public Houses.pdf
The 20th century has seen the disappearance of most of the public houses, apart from two notable exceptions. In the old days there were "beer houses" at which home-brewed beer was sold....

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Mills at Sygate Cawston.pdf
It was quite unique for 2 windmills to be built on the same site as the twin mills at Sygate being only about 50 yards apart and linked by railway lines, built possibly at the same time as the 4 Mill Cottages by the road in front of the mills and…

Cemetery Gravestones Plan Location.pdf
Cemetery Gravestones Inscriptions and Locations. The Gravestone project for St. Agnes' Church, the Cemetery and Memorial/Remembrance is ongoing and will be updated as time permit which is being listed to help those people who wish to trace some of…

High Street Market Hill.pdf
Photos and Memories: The High Street: Firstly we had the main pub on the Market Place, a Mrs Gaskin kept this for years, she was May Purdy's grandmother.... Click on file to view full screen....      

Toc H Sv.jpg
The wonderful movement of the Cawston branch "Toc H" was formed in 1953 Coronation year of Queen Elizabeth 11, this was a branch of the Toc H organization set up in the first world war in Belgian in a house called Talbot House and was a rest,…

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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