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manor, Shudy Camps, 1923 (photo W M Palmer) (Cambridgeshire Collection)

Hanchetts Manor, Shudy Camps

History of the Manor

Manor, Shudy Camps OS 1885

This was featured in the Cambridge Standard in 1935 (26 April 1935): At the head of a richly wooded slope of parkland stands the fair mansion of Shudy Camps, the seat for these last thrity years of the Revd Canon Frederick Thornton …. the red brick edifice, part Elizabeth and part Georgian …. in the house is a hidden room.



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