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Great Ouse River Board

History of the Great Ouse River Board


Great Ouse River Board

In 2019 Desmond Fitzgerald recalled working for the River Board as his first job after leaving the Boys High School.  He described himself as the boy who helped in surveying work. It was through this that he met C W Craske, the architect, who suggested that he train to be a quantity surveyor. As a result he joined the firm of Young and Brown in Cambridge.


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