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Colmworth and Neighbouring Villages: Then and Now

This is our latest publication, in which we aim to show some of the changes in our village landscape and houses in recent years. We have taken photographs from our archives, some from as early as the 1900s and re-photographed them as near as possible from the same viewpoint in 2018. The book costs £5 plus £2 post & packing (cheques made payable to Colmworth & Neighbours History Society) and it is available from Dave Jarrett, 3 Collingwood Road, Eaton Socon, Cambridgeshire PE19 8JQ, email: secretary@colmworthhistory.org.uk

CONTENTS

Colmworth: City Farmhouse, Old White Swan (now Holland House), The Wheatsheaf (now Cornfields), The Jury (now Sunrise Cottage)

Bushmead Crossroads: Gery Arms, Bushmead Priory House and Bushmead Priory

Little Staughton: Shoulder of Mutton public house, Bushel and Strike public house, Baptist Sunday School, Baptist Chapel, School, The Crown

Bolnhurst: Windmill, Shop (now Sunset Cottage), Mission Hut, Mr Whitmore’s Cottage, The Plough

Keysoe: The Chequers, Outhouse Beerhouse (now Mill Hill Cottage), Mill Hill, Windmill, View from Wybridge, Park Farm, Buryfields Farm, Windy Ridge, Toby Cottage and the Old Bakery, Bricklayers Arms (now Weir Cottage)

Thurleigh: Newport Arms, Red Lion and Jackal

Ravensden: Ravensden Crossroads, White Lion and Blacksmiths Arms (now Curry Mansion), Case is Altered, Horse and Jockey, Church End

Wilden: Victoria Arms

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