Cottage in Tea Kettle Lane

Currently the site of 11 Tea Kettle Lane, now much altered. 1944.

Outside 26 High Street, Stetchworth. Norah, Edna and Gilbert Holland with Rusty (the dog). 1906

Rear garden of 26 High St, Stetchworth. 1960s.

Leslie Clark taken before he joined up for the first World War where he was wounded and lost a leg. Musks delivery cart in the forecourt of what is now Ivy Farmhouse. Musks sausages were first made in the barns. 1900-1920.

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Stetchworth High Street showing the school and cottages. 1900-1910.

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Stetchworth High Street showing the Post Office, the shop attached to Moot House and the thatched alms houses in the distance. 1930-1940.

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Stetchworth, a barn in the grounds of the Live and Let Live public house, used for storage. Now converted to two dwellings. 1974.

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Stetchworth Almshouses before and after renovation. 1957-1962.

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Stetchworth High Street looking at number 30 from cottages now demolished and replaced by bungalows. 1929.

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Round House, Stetchworth Ley. 1993.

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Stetchworth Garage in the High Street. 1987.

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Stetchworth Fire Station situated in the High Street next to the Old Post Office. Built by the Earl of Ellesmere in 1884. 1990.

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Stetchworth Garage in the High Street. 1987.

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Stetchworth - Watson's Barn off the High Street. Number 36 now occupies the site. 1970.

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Granby Cottage, Stetchworth, demolished in 2005 to make way for housing development. 2004.

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Granby Cottage, Stetchworth, demolished in 2005 to make way for housing development. 2004.

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Stetchworth and Dullingham Royal British Legion Club. A house was later built on the old bowling green to the left of the Club.The Legion was demolished in 2015 and two houses built on the site. 1992.

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Stetchworth Ley cottages. 1945-1955.

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Garden house in Stetchworth House grounds. 1990.

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The Ellesmere Centre Ley Road Stetchworth. Front view before car park extension. 1983-1985.

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Bungalow in HIgh Street Stetchworth opposite Ivy Farm. Demolished to make way for numbers 16-24 High Street. 1992-1994.

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Stetchworth Waver Pond, at the junction of High Street and Tea Kettle Lane. House occupied by Luke Webb. 1940-1960.

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Bottom Shop, Stetchworth. 1989-1991.

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Group of children outside The White Horse Inn, Stetchworth. 1914.

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This cottage stood in High Street , Stetchworth until its demolition in the 1950s. It stood opposite 28 High Street. 1925-1935.

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Live and Let Live Public House, High Street, Stetchworth. 1895-1915.

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A postcard of Stetchworth. Showing the White Horse Hotel, the Pound and the tree on the green. 1925-1935.

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Rose Villa, Tea Kettle Lane, Stetchworth. Now called Rose Lodge. 1900-1920.

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The old tree was on the green at the North end of the High Street where the village sign now stands. Only one of the cottages remains, Stetchworth. 1895-1905.

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The cottage which was burnt down in approx 1931. Situated near the entrance to the Ellesmere Centre, Stetchworth. 1925.

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Children in the snow outside the Marquis of Granby public house, Stetchworth. 1900-1920.

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Beaters meet at the White Horse Inn, Stetchworth. 1915-1925.

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Mr and Mrs A Burling outside their burnt cottage said to be caused by a Clark & Butcher's steam wagon, now site of The Elllesmere Centre Stetchworth. 1929-1932.

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View of Stetchworth High Street. The Alms Houses are on the extreme left with the Live and Let Live Public House on the left in the distance. 1904-1914.

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The Almshouses, Stetchworth. The Elm tree behind stood at the gate to allotments, now the site of Jubilee Court. 1915-1925.

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View of High Street, Stetchworth. The Marquis of Granby Public House is on the extreme left. 1910-1920.

Stone Row cottages. 1970.

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The old mill, Mill Lane, Stetchwoth prior to its conversion to a private house. Courtesy: Cambridgeshire Collection. 1920-1940.

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Cottage known as Duffers Cottage, Church Lane, Stetchworth. Courtesy: Cambridgeshire Collection. 1920-1940.

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View of the High Street, Stetchworth. The Chapel is on the right. 1890-1910.

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Children in the High Street, Stetchworth. The Post Office is in the background on the right. Courtesy: Cambridgeshire collection. 1890-1910.

Cottage formerly in the High Street, Stetchworth.

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View of the High Street, Stetchworth. Lady, possibly Mrs Holland looking over the railings of no. 26. Courtesy: Cambridgeshire Collection. 1900-1920.

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Cottages in the High Street, Stetchworth. Demolished in the 1950's. Opposite 28 High Street. Courtesy: Cambridgeshire Collection. 1925-1935.

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The old Alms Houses, High Street, Stetchworth. Converted to flats by the Newmarket RDC in 1956. Courtesy: Cambridgeshire Collection. 1930s.

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Junction of Tea Kettle Lane, Ley Rd and High Street, Stetchworth. Courtesy: Cambridgeshire Collection. 1925-1935.

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Thatched cottage in The Alley, Stetchworth. Now demolished. Courtesy: Cambridgeshire Collection. 1925-1935.

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Thatched cottage in Stetchworth. Now demolished site unknown. Courtesy: Cambridgeshire Collection. 1925-1935.

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Thatched cottage in Stetchworth. Now demolished position unknown. Courtesy: Cambridgeshire Collection. 1925-1935.

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Cottage next to Waver Pond, Stetchworth. Now demolished, Courtesy: Cambridgeshire Collection. 1925-1935.

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Group of women and children in the High Street, Stetchworth.Courtesy:: Newmarket Journal. 1895-1905.

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View of top of Teakettle Lane, Stetchworth.Courtesy: Newmarket Journal. 1900.

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View of the Post Office and Co-Op stores. 1980.

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Ellesmere Centre, Stetchworth. 1982-1985.

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Rear view of the Ellesmere Centre, Stetchworth. To the right, the cricket pavilion. The small hall was opened in 1962. 1983-1985.

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Lucy and Aaron Ginn pictured outside their home at The Green, Kirtling. 1910-1912.

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Junction of Ley Rd and Teakettle Lane. 1900-1920.

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High Street, Stetchworth with the chapel, near right. 1890-1910.

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Farmyard of Ivy Farm, High St, Stetchworth. Site redeveloped in the 1990's. Now the site of 24 High Street. 1990.

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A picture Post Card of Stetchworth Church. 1920-1940.

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Cyclists outside The White Horse Inn, Stetchworth. 1910.

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Round thatched cottage, London Road, Stetchworth. Now demolished.1950-1970.

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Bottom shop, High Street, Stetchworth. 1910-1930.

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Stetchworth House, prior to the demolition of the servant's quarters. 1910-1930.

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Farm cottages, now demolished, opposite the entrance to Hall Farm, Stetchworth. 1960-1970.

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Re-thatching the barn at Ivy Farm, Stetchworth. 1989.

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Council flats in the High Street, Stetchworth. These were formerly almshouses, sold to the Council in 1956. 1950-1960.

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The Lodge to Stetchworth House, at the corner of Cheveley Road. 1950-1960.

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Cottages in High Street, owned at the time by Stechworth Estate. 1950-1960.

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Corner of Mill Lane and Tea Kettle Lane, Stetchworth. 1950-1960.

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Jubilee Court sheltered housing, Stetchworth. 1985-1987.

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Ivy Farm, Stetchworth. The farm was originally owned by James Musk and was famous for producing sausages. 2010.

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Musk's butchers shop, High Street, Newmarket. The shop was famous for its sausages. The company was established by James Musk, Ivy Farm, Stetchworth. 1976.

The Royal British Legion, High Street. Demolished in 2015 and replaced by two houses. 2010.

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The Old Mill, Stetchworth. 1998-2002.

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Ley Road, Stetchworth, showing the Working Yard on the right and on the left the large fir tree in the garden of 101 High Street. 1954-1958.

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Stetchworth House, home of the Earl of Ellesmere. 1930-1940.

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Lucy Marsh's cottages in Mill Lane, Stetchworth, taken from the playing fields. 1930-1940.

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View of Stetchworth High Street, taken from the United Reform Church. 1998.

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Postcard showing Dullingham Road (Tea Kettle Lane), Stetchworth. 1905-1915.

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Cottage in The Alley, Stetchworth, now demolished. This was the home of the Wilson family. 1937.

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Stetchworth residents George and Edie Wilson with Iris (Stockwell) outside cottage in The Alley. 1937.

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The Mission Hall (old chapel) in Stetchworth. Source: Newmarket Journal. 1900.

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Elevated view from Stechworth High Street, looking north-east. 2002.

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The Nook, 26 Mill Lane, Stetchworth, home of Mr & Mrs A. Osbourn. The house was demolished in 2008. 2005.

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Number 2 Church Lane Stetchworth. 1920-1940.

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Stetchworth White Horse rose garden. 1915-1925.

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Number 24 Mill Lane Stetchworth, home of Annie and George Osbourn. The house was demolished in 1990. 1989.

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Article from the Newmarket Journal, marking the opening of the Ellesmere Centre, Stetchworth. 2009.

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Small barn in front of Watson's Barn, High St., Stetchworth. 1976.

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Cottages between Drake's farm and the Chapel, demolished to make way for bungalows. 1933-1943.

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The old Co-op Shop, High Street, Stetchworth being used as a Farrier's workshop before demolition. It was replaced by a new house. 2003.

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Dove House (Duffers), Church Lane, Stetchworth. 1920-1940.

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Stetchworth Police House , High Street, shortly before demolition. It was replaced by two new houses. 2002.

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The water tower, located in what is now the entrance to Stroller's Way, Stetchworth.

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Stetchworth House before demolition of servants' quarters. 1943-1953.