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Guilden Morden, 1936, thatched stacks on the road to Wrestlingworth

Potton Road, Guilden Morden

History of Guilden Morden

Vanishing Cambridge notes, p 114, that until the advent of corrugated iron, thatching of houses, barns and outbuildings was the norm. Skill was needed to ensure the thatch roofing kept the rain off.


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