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Old Almshouses, High Street, Chesterton

Old Almshouses, Chesterton High Street

History of the )ld Almshouses

These were built circa 1860 but demolished during WWII to allow Hallens, the next door garage, to expand to service military vehicles.

The junction of Union Lane and the High Street. The Old Almshouse is on the right. the bungalow on the left was built by wealthy local resident Emily Wood.

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