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17 (44) Ditton Walk

History of 17 Ditton Walk

1925: (44)

Marie Clark born at no.44.

What is now Ditton Fields used to be. large field to which we could gain access at the top of our garden. I understand a military hospital had been built there during the 1914/18 war but was later demolished. … Where Quainton Close is today the Marshall family occupied a large house and the first airfield occupied land near the Coldham’s brook at the bottom of Cut Throat Lane. I believe this was about 1929.

Marie Clark recorded her reminiscences in  “Memories of Abbey and East Barnwell” published by Cambridge City Council [date unknown]

 

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