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Ellis Close, Cottenham

History of Ellis Close

Named after Dr Ellis whose surgery was at The Limes in the High Street from 1921 until afterWWII. Location was a grass field that formed part of the Harleston Manor owned by Christs’s College.

(See Cottenham in Focus 2002)


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