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Ashley green, 1930 (photo J H Bullock) (Cambridgeshire Collection)

Ashley green

History of parochial chapel

The picture shows a small timber-framed building that was used as a parochial chapel, village school – described as wretched  and squalid – and then as a barn and a garage. It was demolished shortly after 1952.


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