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Roseford Road

History of Roseford Road

Roseford Road was built on land sold off by St Catherine’s College to a Mr Waterson; 68 plots were offered for sale in 1929. Each had a 30ft frontage and were around 225 in length.

The road was named by Mr Waterson after his niece, Rose Fordham.

(See A Community Remembers: Histon Road p.79)


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