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Thanks Bill for your comments ! I am looking into the lives of a beautiful old neighbour from many years ago named Helen Mitchell ~ Helen lived at the Muirlands School House with her sister Miss Agnes Colquhoun who I believe was the teacher at the school . I would [...]
anne brown, 4 July 2015
The building at the back referred to in the listing as 34 Langham Street is actually 94 Langham St and doesn't have a semicircular doorway.
Jerry, 4 July 2015
We used to go to the farm behind to pick Blackcurrants in the Summer I remember. I also remember watching a massive fire there in the early to mid 1970's when the whole place went up in flames. You could see it from miles away. I was coming back from Debden at the time.
Chris Mumford, 4 July 2015
I was christened in this church in 1954 and it brings back a lot of memory's the vicars wife was my first teacher I would love to be able to buy it and live in it
Peter Salisbury, 2 July 2015
Visited the hall with my friend who us the niece of the owner a number of years ago shortly after they had uncovered the I inglenook, lovely to see the finished restoration. Wonderful building
alyson cordner, 1 July 2015
i remember when I was a teenager, nan lived in nearby lee high road. I sneaked into the grounds of the convent. I was greeted by a nun called sister alban who was I believe the mother superior, although at the time I didn't one or realise what her title [...]
Belinda Clare , 1 July 2015
The Berryhill Farm buildings were purchased by a developer around 2002. The cottages were extended, and the ancillary stone buildings adapted for residential use. Some new buildings were also erected.
Duncan McCallum, 29 June 2015
My father (Brian Bernard Baker - he was a portreeve) turned the building into flats - he said it was a 17th century coaching inn. We had the ground floor hallway, a couple of front rooms and the central floor when I lived there as a child. (it had an [...]
Lerida Arnold, 28 June 2015
trying to contact 1 Freddie sheppard senior or junior can u give him message to ask him to call me urgent 07552497240
bill green, 28 June 2015
Hi, I'm looking into the history of this building. I'd like to know when it was built or if ever there has been a big fire there? Clairebates12@aol.com
Claire Bates, 27 June 2015
I love this building but have to admit, regrettably, I haven't set foot inside for about 55 years. My dad and my uncle used to visit relatives in Cuff Place back in the 50s and 60s. Nobody had phones in those days so the would hunt one of my uncles [...]
Roger Bond, 27 June 2015
The b/w photo submitted by Kevin Ramsdale on 28 February 2015 really is of Rushden's War Memorial - not Rothwell's, as stated.
Greville Watson, 25 June 2015