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Meldreth's First Electric Car
Meldreth's First Electric Car
Richard and Jane Remnant own first non-petrol/diesel car in the Village
Meldreth Spirit Merchant appears before Bankruptcy Court, 1846
Meldreth Spirit Merchant appears before Bankruptcy Court, 1846
Disastrous reduction in profits and 'a very unlikely story'
Orchard Cottage on Station Road
Orchard Cottage on Station Road
...and a brief look at Sheene Cottage
Richard Willowes, Vicar of Meldreth, 1692-1736
Richard Willowes, Vicar of Meldreth, 1692-1736
A lecture, given with Lantern Slides, to the Young People's Guild in the Old Chapel, Melbourn Tuesday, March 18th, 1924
Temple House on the High Street
Temple House on the High Street
A Grade II Listed Building
Lords, Leets and Barons
Lords, Leets and Barons
The Manorial Court at Topcliffe
Meldreth Then and Now
Meldreth Then and Now
Side-by-side comparisons of Meldreth Scenes
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West Way
West Way
Photo Gallery
Sunday 2nd March 1958, I was in a house down here watching Buddy Holly on TV at...
By John Bakewell
On 03/10/2019
Inspector Ron Brooksbank (Retired)
Inspector Ron Brooksbank (Retired)
One of the last Police Sergeants to work at Melbourn
I remember Sergeant Brookbank and the local bobbies. They were all good and...
By John Bakewell
On 03/10/2019
The Coprolite Industry in Meldreth
The Coprolite Industry in Meldreth
The mining and treatment of coprolite was a major industry in Meldreth during the latter half of the C19th.
We have received some information about the "train" depicted in the picture...
By Bruce Huett
On 30/09/2019
The Stocks and Whipping Post
The Stocks and Whipping Post
Marvell's Green
Had my photo taken sitting in the stocks, late 1950s....
By John Bakewell
On 21/07/2019
Fordham's Cottage, Chiswick End
Fordham's Cottage, Chiswick End
From a tiny thatched cottage to a huge family house
I would love to see my old family home as I'm a Croxall ...
By Dean croxall
On 06/05/2019
Peter Cooper's Memories of the Railway Tavern
Peter Cooper's Memories of the Railway Tavern
there were no chairs, just seats all round and then there was a little snug bar to the right hand side
Remember my Dad (Fred) visiting this pub many times, and on one occasion...
By John Bakewell
On 22/03/2019
Fordham's Cottage, Chiswick End
Fordham's Cottage, Chiswick End
From a tiny thatched cottage to a huge family house
Lovely cottage, and it could well be about 300 years old as my ancestor John...
By Ralph Wayment
On 21/03/2019
Meldreth Orchards in the 1960s
Meldreth Orchards in the 1960s
Terry Dash's memories of fruit picking at Chiswick Farm, Chiswick End
My Grandad Andrew Howard owned this farm, probably just before this. ...
By Anita Taiwo
On 17/03/2019