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Probably the most distinguished of Cambridge walkers, he was first involved as a member of Cambridge RA Group Committee in the mids. Following on from this, he was the pioneer of the Icknield Way Long Distance Path, being Chairman of the Icknield Way Association for many years from its inception inand personally responsible for treading out many miles of track, before an attractive and feasible route was identified.
Such was the fame and respect accorded in the localities where he worked, that he was made an Ibo tribal chief, and close connections were maintained until the end of his life. In an hour of tributes, very many of us wanted to stand and pay our respects to Thurstan, and to thank him for his kindness and wisdom.
I feel privileged to have known him. Thurstan is survived by his second wife, Pamela, and family of 5 children by his first wife, Ione, and their many descendants.
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There is to be an archaeological memorial meeting at Sidney Sussex College in the Autumn. Kature Moreton Parish of the Month, Wimpole. Explorer Speak of Wimpole, and most of us think of the National Trust property — the hall, the stable block, the restaurant, the gardens and orchards, The Belts, The Park, giving scope for many days of interest and exercise. Inthe population was 57, gradually growing to inbefore declining steadily to in Let us consider the parish before the National Trust took control of the Hall, buildings, and ha of land in An archaeological dig revealed 3 circular Iron Age huts of 12 — 13m diameter.
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There is evidence of much chta Roman occupation. The junction of two major Roman ro at Arrington Bridge, TL was the site of a posting station. Construction of a swimming pool at Wimpole Lodge, TLrevealed foundations of stone and clunch, with much Matuure pottery and coins. This is clearly part of an extensive site, for similar finds are known from Wendy, Arrington and Whaddon, meeting at the same cross-ro. Excavations to the N of this site revealed cobbled yards and ditched enclosures that had been paddocks, garden plots and residential sites, used from the late C2nd.
There was evidence for blacksmithing and leather and bone working, with large s of artefacts hob-nails, two iron heel-plates; door hinges and key; linch-pins; reaping hook; spear; chisel; brooch, pins, knives, buckle, razor, glass and coins. A middle-aged woman was buried with a necklace of amber be, a bronze brooch and wrist-clasps.
Bones of seven other skeletons were recovered, including new-born infants. The Roman site had been abandoned for over a century, but ditches, ruined buildings and Roman ro would still have been in use. In Medieval Times, Wimpole was a village originally comprising a group of hamlets. The main village was adjacent to the church, but was removed in the mid C17th, when the hall was rebuilt by Sir Francis Chicherley.
A section of village N of the hall disappeared in the s when Capability Brown extended the grounds. Thus, preserved in the grassland around the park are the remains of 3 parts of the old village, with streets, house-sites and gardens visible as low banks. The strategic importance of Ermine Street makes it likely that the large mound in the park, yd NW of the house was a C12th matuee motte.
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A post-mill stood on it in the C17th. There is no Inclosure Award for Wimpole because its open fields had been gradually enclosed by successive owners of the hall before the C19th. In two hamlets were displaced to plant a 2mile long avenue of elms lost to Dutch Elm disease, and replanted in the s with limes leading to the front of the hall.
Inthe then owner, Admiral Sir Charles Philip Yorke erected the estate village of New Wimpole on the A, consisting of 12 semi-detached houses in a Tudoresque style. The village church remains on its original site.
Rebuilt by Flitcroft inbut much Victorianised, it retains a C14th N chapel as a mausoleum. One original c14th window was kept. Contents include alabaster tombs, brasses, and a monument to the Earl of Hardwick. Family histories From C16th onwards, successive owners had the enthusiasm and capability to buy land at great expense for status and pleasure, rather than agriculture, and in the process depopulating the countryside.
His descendant, Sir Thomas Chicheley, rebuilt the hall in brick, and replaced the village around maure church with gardens. Subsequent owners were the Earl of Radnor and the Duke of Newcastle. The scholarly Harley collected books and manuscripts, which became the core of the British Library. These, with his medieval-style folly, remain major landmarks today. In the early C19th. In the s Wimpole was sold to Captain Bembridge, whose widow Elsie, maturee of Rudyard Kipling, was a recluse, and the park sank into benign neglect.
In she left the Hall and ha acres of the park to the National Trust.
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The paths in Wimpole The parish has 9 public rights of way. In addition, there are sotw least 8 other permissive paths within the Wimpole Estate, and other approved routes or open access chaat grassland. This makes possible a great variety of walks, within the park and the parish, and onwards fum adjacent parishes.
It is believed that the NT is about to propose diversions of some of these RoW. RA Cambridge Group will examine such proposals very carefully when it is consulted. Beyond the water tanks at the top of the Wimpole Road, TLMare Way continues on both sides of a shallow ditch. On the N side it is Eversden Bp 11, leading to walks in Eversden, and on the S side it is Orwell Bp3, a dead-end which, however, has a side branch, Orwell Fp2 leading down into Orwell village.
Wimpole Fp2 is a short path starting from much the same place as Bp1, passing through a tree belt, and crossing an arable field, to stiw but muddy paths in Eversden Wood. In late Spring, the woodland rides have bluebells, oxlips, and early purple orchids.
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Wimpole Fp3 leaves the minor road opposite Home Farm at TLand follows the farm track past Cobbs Wood Farm and uphill past woodland to the multiway junction at the top of the Wimpole Road, ing Orwell Fp4 for the last few metres. Branching off Fp3, just before the bridge, is Wimpole Fp4, waymarked through the yard of a deserted house, over a bridge, and through fields to cross Victoria Drive, then over more fields to reach Orwell.
Wimpole Fp5 is the Wimpole Drive, leading to Arrington, and routes beyond. As the path emerges through the decorative gates onto Ermine Street, note that you have already entered Arrington parish. Note, too, the display board, recalling that this part of the park was a hospital in WWII.
This path crosses arable fields, and the Wimpole Avenue, then another arable field, finally to emerge down the drive of Cambridge Road Farm onto the A As far as the Wimpole Avenue, it is part of the Harcamlow Way. In wet conditions, this is a very sticky route. Sadly, there is no public path leaving the road opposite this point. This path uses mostly field edges to zig-zag to the hamlet of Wendy. Note that in damp conditions, it is pleasanter to start this walk in the park, through a gate in the railings at ca TLrather than going round by Fp6.
Wimpole Fp8 forms two short sections of footpath within Eversden Wood, where the parishes of Wimpole, Kingston and Eversden form an elaborate patchwork. Half-way across, there is a strip of pasture field.
This pasture may be accessed from The Belts via a stile at ca TLwhich is not obvious from the path. Alternatively, a return may be made across another portion of the lakes on a causeway. It is a pity that The Folly itself is fenced off, due to safety considerations, and that there are no seats on the hill top, where otherwise a good view could be appreciated in comfort.
Users of Wimpole Fp4 as the route to Orwell and beyond, may wish to return quu way, using the very attractive Victoria Drive, the old carriageway route, which starts in Orwell on the A at TLand emerges on The Old Wimpole Road, just opposite the NT drive.
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Almost opposite the drive to Cobbs Wood Farm Fp 3a kissing-gate gives access to a short-cut path across the park, to the carpark and stable block. This qiy is shown clearly on the 1: 10 OS sheet, and again on the First Series OS sheet as a black dotted line, but it was never registered as a public right of way.
The National Trust promotes these routes, and several other short walks around the grasslands of the park in a leaflet available for a charge. A large of you now receive Cantab by e-mail. By hand, 20p is appreciated towards the cost of paper and ink. Offers of brief articles will be gratefully received.
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