All Our Yesterdays

PUBLISHED: 12:38 24 May 2007 | UPDATED: 15:06 12 May 2010

FromThe Crow, May 1952. - The culmination of great voluntary effort on the one hand and careful craftmanship on the other was seen to the full when a large congregation gathered in Royston Parish Church for a special service of thanksgiving and dedication

FromThe Crow, May 1952.

- The culmination of great voluntary effort on the one hand and careful craftmanship on the other was seen to the full when a large congregation gathered in Royston Parish Church for a special service of thanksgiving and dedication following the completion of repairs to the church roof and other work.

From The Crow, May 1902

- At the annual dinner of the Herts, Cambs and Essex Association for the Prosecution of Felons, Mr A Coningsby, proposing the toast for the town and trade of Royston, referred to the prosperous little town which might one day boast a mayor and corporation.


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