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The Five Bells, Cherry Hinton, 1930 (photo by J H Bullock) (Cambridgeshire Collection)

143 – 145 Cherry Hinton High Street, The Five Bells

History of the Five Bells

Cherry Hinton High Street c.1905, Five Bells (left)

Cherry Hinton High Street c.1926 Five Bells (right) railway crossing (centre) school (left) (Cambridgeshire Collection)

In the 1930s it was kept by Sydney Maskall.

By 2012 the building had been replaced by housing.


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