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Series: Tempus Oral History Series. Paperback: 128 pages.
Cambridgeshire Voices (Tempus Oral History). Publisher:Tempus Publishing Ltd. Length:128 Pages.
Mid Anglia comprises the new counties of Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Northamptonshire; its prosperous acres also broadly correspond to those occupied by the ancient Saxon kingdom of the Middle Angles. As such, the'region contains the best assemblage of Saxon churches in England; the college buildings of Cambridge; and many fine post-medieval buildings such as Wimpole Hall and Kirby Hall.