Memories of Meldreth

We will be adding more memories over the coming months.  In the meantime, if you have memories of the village please add a comment to one of the pages below, register with the site and add your own page or contact Meldreth Local History Group.

Page link: Meldreth Village - Part One
Meldreth Village - Part One
written in 1972
Page link: Meldreth Village - Part Two
Meldreth Village - Part Two
written in 1975
Page link: Meldreth in 1941-42
Meldreth in 1941-42
by Beatrice Clay
Page link: Memories of the Great War
Memories of the Great War
The Late William Bill Wing (Senior) 1893-1994
Page link: The Death of King George V, 1936
The Death of King George V, 1936
The Royal Train carrying the King's body passed through Meldreth
Page link: Arthur Pepper
Arthur Pepper
Served in the RAF Air Service Unit during WW1 and later became a Royston poultry farmer
Page link: Growing up in Meldreth
Growing up in Meldreth
By Terry Dash
Page link: Meldreth Memories: the Palmer, Ellis and Elbourn families
Meldreth Memories: the Palmer, Ellis and Elbourn families
written in 1982 by Jack Palmer and Eric Elbourn
Page link: My Meldreth
My Meldreth
By Peter Oakman
Page link: Memories of Chiswick End
Memories of Chiswick End
written in 1981 by Jack Palmer and Eric Elbourn
Page link: Memories of Duleek Dandy
Memories of Duleek Dandy
Greyhound Derby winner in 1960
Page link: Memories of Meldreth and Melbourn Station
Memories of Meldreth and Melbourn Station
by Kathleen Murden (nee Winter - born 11.7.37)
Page link: My Memories of Meldreth
My Memories of Meldreth
written in 1984 by Joan King (nee Pepper)
Page link: The 108 Bus
The 108 Bus
Travelling to and from Cambridge
Page link: The Bowls Match, c. 1967
The Bowls Match, c. 1967
written in 2008
Page link: The Summer of 1965
The Summer of 1965
By Peter Robinson
Page link: Meldreth Ponds
Meldreth Ponds
Chiswick End
Category link: Brian Pepper's Memories
Brian Pepper's Memories
Follow this link for Brian's memories of the village from the 1940s onwards
Category link: Ken Winter's Memories
Ken Winter's Memories
Follow this link for Ken's memories of the village from the 1940s onwards