Author: Stewart Howe

Tour of Cambridgeshire

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The Great Get Together

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The Domesday Book

The Domesday Book was completed in 1086 and amounts to a survey of much of England and parts of Wales. The manuscript record was ordered by King William the Conqueror. The attached image shows the entries for Yaxley, Stanground, Woodston, Haddon, Water Netwon, Sibson, Stibbington, Glatton, Old Fletton, Orton Waterville and Chesterton (modern names). An earlier Anglo Saxon survey known as the Tribal Hidage written around 670-690 makes reference to the Sweordora who may have been a trible living in the vicinity of Sword Point at Whittlesea Mere but the Domesday Book would be the first ‘great census’ in which...

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James A Gooding Image Gallery

Logos Composting in the 1950s Production Director Guy Gooding, James Gooding & Technical Director Geoff Ganney Picking Packing complex at Yaxley Farm Training Growing sheds at Woodhust Farm Checking Mycelium growth. Composting in the...

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