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From 1947 to 1956 we lived at Hardwick and drove into Cambridge once a month I enjoyed it on hot summer Saturdays, when we would have a picnic on the backs overlooking Kings College. I remember seeing the sad sight of disabled soliders wheeling their three wheeler bikes by hand.There was about twenty of them from (...Read full memory)

I was born at gaffers buildings grapes hill as a young boy 3-4 yrs old im sure I watched the circus coming up grapes hill my aunt whos 10yrs older disagrees and says they came up princewales rd after coming off train at Thorpe station nigel john larter

my g.g.g. grandparents the Nixons had a sweet shop at 26 Petty Cury in the 1850s to early 1880s. Anybody ant news or pics?

The lady on the left by the railings of King's College is my older sister then aged 22. We lived in Cambridge until 1922 and I was a pupil at Cambridge High School during the First World War. I am now 93.

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