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Perse almshouses, Newnham Road, 1920s (Cambridgeshire Collection)

Perse Almshouses, 1 – 6 Newnham Road

Perse Almshouses, Newnham Road

Listed building:

Dated on rainwaterheads 1861. Red brick with stone dressings. Single storey. Pointed Gothic 3-light windows with stone mullions. Panelled doors, drip moulds over with carved heads at either end. Slate roof with triangular vents; diagonally set chimneys, some double, some single


(2) Mrs Maud Neal: used to work in the linen room at Gonville and Caius.

(5) Gladys Barton


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