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Eastgate Fruit Farm June 2019.pdf
COMING ASHORE - Captain Horatio Carter in Eastgate. He acquired a freehold at Eastgate in Cawston around 1909 and set about establishing a fruit farm there. Kelly’s Directory of 1912 listed him as a “fruit grower”.... Click on file to view full…

Beryl Rounce.pdf
Beryl with her long service Royal Norfolk Agricultural Association award in 1998, the only female farmer.....

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Milk Bottle & Tops.pdf
Jones had the Old Farm at the Friendship Lane, Eastgate, Cawston who must have had a dairy, file include photo of bottle tops....

The telephone No read Cawston 81.

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Jimmy Payne.pdf
ROBERT JAMES PAYNE, the seventh in a family of nine children, was born at Wood Dalling 82 years ago, and has been known in Cawston and the sur­rounding area as a friendly, quick-witted and efficient farmer....

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John Rogers.pdf
In the early days fruit would go on over night train and be on London market....

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Fred Airie Knockerman.pdf
Dead, Dying, and Injured farm animals including horses were collected by the Knackerman, a Slaughter House which was used for this purpose was at the rear of Perrys Lane Farm. Eastgate....

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Beerhouse Farm.pdf
In the old days there were "beer houses" at which home-brewed beer was sold, being advertised by a bush hanging at the entrance, the name "Beerhouse" at sygate is misleading, for in tudor times it was "Beerhouse", ....

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Farming.pdf
A visitor to Cawston School in the 1950's remarked that he was pleased to hear the long summer vacation referred to as the Harvest Holiday. At that time it lasted five weeks; originally it was four, during the month of August....

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Brandiston Road from Back Lane.pdf
Brandiston Road Photos

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Sygate Southgate photo selection.pdf
Early last century some misguided surveyor working on the first 1-inch maps of this area decided to rename this hamlet "Southgate", and so it appears on Ordnance Survey maps to this day. However, the name by which we know it, and which is included in…
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