Photograph of the Vicarage in its second incarnation as Chesterford College, a cramming college for well-heeled young men preparing for entry to Oxford or Cambridge.  Started by the Rev Robert Doble with the help of Richard Tothill, it had 16 bedrooms and charged 60 guineas. It closed in 1937 and a new vicarage was built near Horse River Green.  For more information on this and other houses in the Chesterfords see “House Histories of the Chesterfords” available from the Society.

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