A Brief History of Dullingham
|The Church of St Mary the Virgin|
|photo-diary of the re-roofing a 17th Century, Grade 2 listed cottage, Cables Farm, in Station Road|
|you are in "Joe Moore's Photographic Archive of Dullingham"|
|The Old Bakery|
|Church Lane Maltings|
|The Wesleyan Chapel, Dullingham|
|Dullingham Village School|
|The King's Head|
|Dullingham Railway Station|
|Dullingham History Group|
|The Mission Hall, Dullingham Ley|
Joe Moore's Photographic Archive of Dullingham
Joe Moore, the Honoury President of the Dullingham History Group, has kindly given us permission to reproduce photographs and postcards of Dullingham that have been collected by Joe over many years. Generations of the Moore family have lived in Dullingham. Joe's grandfather resided at Clare Farm and farmed the surrounding land. He was was also a butcher and grazier and operated the slaughter house at The Maltings, Church Lane. Other members of the Moore family were millers at the windmill on the hill next to the moat (sadly demolished and now the site for newly-built Hope Hall). As a child Joe lived at Albert House (now Albert Farmhouse) and then moved to Canada House (now Barham Cottage) next to The Maltings. Joe now lives in Newmarket but he still has many fond memories of his life in Dullingham as a boy, many of which have been included in two recently completed books: A Personal View of the Village of Dullingham, Cambridgeshire' and A History of Clare Farm, both of which can be found in the Reference Section of the Central Library in Cambridge.
We are currently scanning in views from Joe's Photographic Archive of Dullingham with a view to creating a remarkable record of the architecture and the agricultural way of life that once existed in Dullingham. Some photographs are now shown on the History page, and more will be added. Our thanks to Joe for helping us to keep the history of Dullingham alive.
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