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The man, believed to be in his 40s, was pinned down by the horse-drawn carriage and suffered a serious leg injury while trying to manoeuvre it from a lorry in Cambridgeshire.
Firefighters received the unusual call at about am on 4 August and struggled for some time with airbags and mechanical equipment to free him. Ady Slack, the Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue station commander told the Peterborough Telegraph: "The crews were faced with a difficult task with a horse-drawn carriage trapping an adult within a LGV box lorry.
in the second half of the 19th century and subsequent return to about the 1851 level. Billips's farm on 14 September 1864 caused the death of a 7-year-old girl and the destruction of upwards of 100 houses. 15) An earlier fire (1706) caused £1,787 worth of damage. 16) A halfpenny tradesman's token of 1670 is known. 17) The first record of a post office in Chatteris is in 1782. Telephone service was first provided by the National Telephone Company in 1910. It has not the industrial interests of other Fenland towns like Wisbech, Whittlesey, and March, and though the population (5,153 in 1931, 5,528 in 1951) is large compared with some neighbouring centres (e.g. Ives) it is spread over some 22 square miles at a density not much greater than that of some of the rural parishes in the north of the county. 94) Another manor of was held in the early 14th century by the St. It seems that the estate was intended by the original donor to be applied to charitable purposes. In 1395 the manor was made over to John Necton, master, and Thomas Kelsale and John Titleshale, fellows of Benet (now Corpus Christi) College, (fn. Some time before 1803 John Seymour, then lord of this manor, sold it to Robert Chatfield of Croydon (Surrey), who presented in that year. There are north and south arcades of two bays with two-centred arches, all modern and of 14thcentury character.
At this date (1851) the town was said to be 'considerable', to be 'lighted with gas', and to contain 'some handsome houses and good shops'. 12) There were at that time 15 inns and 43 beerhouses to serve a population of about 5,000. 13) Chatteris suffered badly in the 1832 epidemic of cholera; the General Baptist congregation lost 3 out of about 50 members. The total damage was over £10,000, and a relief fund of £300 was subscribed for the sufferers. In 1921 just over half (50.6 per cent.) of the male workers were employed in agriculture, a proportion above that for the Isle as a whole. In 1931 the Chatteris proportion had risen to 57.7 per cent., a figure unsurpassed among English urban areas except by Holbeach (Lincs.) and Ramsey (Hunts.). 23) Inclosure was effected by Acts of Parliament in 17. 24) The employment of women and children in agricultural gangs was said to have come into existence in Chatteris soon after the latter Act. 25) The award under this Act was not made until 1819. The lofty chancel arch is twocentred and of two orders with hood-mould and rounded responds with embattled caps and moulded bases.
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Mostly about what is actually happening with the leisure centre as it stands, albeit now in a simulation of American General Custer’s last one at Little Big Horn; and about when its long-serving manager Andy Rutterford was actually leaving.The Ely road is known as Ireton's Way, having been constructed by the Parliamentary general in the Civil War to convey troops from Chatteris to Ely. 1) It was a private road, with toll gates, until taken over by the County Council in 1902. The Wisbech road runs east from Chatteris for about a mile. The nave was extended one bay to the east and the old chancel arch re-erected; the aisles were widened and this involved the destruction of part of the porch.It then runs north-east along the Sixteen Foot Drain, which is the only important watercourse in Chatteris except the Forty Foot or Vermuyden's Drain crossing the north of the parish. Ives branch, Eastern Region British Railways, opened in 1848. 3) A Local Board, now replaced by an Urban District. The market, apparently held by prescription, had been discontinued before 1808 owing to the bad state of the roads and the frequent floods in the district. 8) there were 206 householders in Chatteris, a figure comparable with the undivided parish of Doddington (201) and Haddenham (188), and much below that for Whittlesey (355) and Ely with its hamlets (400). Fortunately many of the old windows were reset in the new walls. 116) The sum of £5,000 for the restoration was bequeathed by Robert Wright, son of a former sexton. 117) The old work is all of mid-14th-century date with the exception of the porch, which is of the 15th century, and the modern additions are in keeping.The carriage belonged to nearby firm Townies Carriage Hire.
Meanwhile, a helicopter from an emergency medical charity, Magpas Air Ambulance, took the man to a hospital in Cambridge.
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