Did you know that...
By Ishbel Beatty
A vicar of East Hatley and Tadlow in the 1890s used to cycle to Cambridge to put his watch to the right time and then adjust the church clock accordingly.
A stone head of Queen Victoria is carved as a stop at the base of the south door arch at Hatley St George church.
An oak tree next to the telephone box on the Gamlingay/Croydon road at East Hatley was planted to mark the accession of Queen Elizabeth II to the throne in 1952.
24 wooden shields in Hatley St George’s church were painted with armorial bearings of the St. George and Cotton families in the 17th century.
Gamlingay Gazette, May 1994