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Lordship Manor, Cottenham, 1936 ( photo J H Bullock) (Cambridgeshire Collection)

Lordship Manor, Lambs Lane, Cottenham

History of Lordship Manor

CIP 8/10/1937: A link with the historic past is being broken with the demolition of the 500 years old Lordship House – Lordship manor as it was called in the days of Samuel Pepys the diarist. It has monastic associations and remains of fishponds can be seen in the vicinity.

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