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Caldrees Manor Ickleton (©RGL 2023)

2 Abbey Street, Caldrees Manor, Ickleton

History of Caldrees Manor

Listed Building:

Large house. Possibly C16 or C17 origins with c.1800 additions by P C Wyndham and later C19 additions and alterations by Sir Robert Herbert; (service wing demolished c.1980).

Commemoration plaque beside entrance inscribed ‘Queensland Women’s Historical Association 1964. First and youngest premier. Sir Robert G Wyndham Herbert 1859 (1829-1905)’.

This manor derives its name from the Abbey of Calders in Cumbria to which it once belonged.


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