Pictures of Collyweston

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“Whilst on holiday recently in Rutland we decided we’d like to visit Collyweston as my wife had holidayed there in the mid-late 50s. Where she stayed, in Hall Yard, we think is now No.5 but was then No. 10. When we got home I googled Collyweston and found you. She has a few photos of the house and area at that time. The people who lived in 10 Hall Yard were Mr & Mrs Roberts, relatives of my wife’s first husbandl”
– Mike and Joan Peal

A gap in the wall, leading to the rear of 10 Hall Yard in the 1950s

A gap in the wall, leading to the rear of 10 Hall Yard in the 1950s

Was this a spring in the garden?

Was this a spring in the garden?

What a view over the wall!

What a view over the wall!

The stile into the field beyond

The stile into the field beyond

View from the upstairs window of 10 Hall Yard in the 1950s

View from the upstairs window of 10 Hall Yard in the 1950s

In the 1950s this was no.10 Hall Yard

In the 1950s this was no.10 Hall Yard

High Street in the mid-1950s

High Street in the mid-1950s

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One Response to Pictures of Collyweston

  1. I believe this is now No 3 Hall Yard. I am currently researching the history of Collyweston Palace and the area in and around Hall Yard. I also grew up in Collyweston and my Aunt lived next door at No 1 Hall Yard. Would love to chat to you. Sandra Johnson

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