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William Webber was born on 14 December 1889 and was educated at Cambridge High School. After he left school, he worked with his father Harry Webber, who was a well-known blacksmith in Empire Street. On…Read More
In August 1916, the Government purchased Mr Taylor’s estate of 12,000 acres for soldier settlement. The block was mainly in bush, scrub and fern. Access was by way of Sanatorium Hill and along a clay road for four miles. Later a road via Fencourt and Flume Road was formed.
The land was leasehold for 33 years with right of renewal or purchase.Read More
To celebrate the Cambridge Camera Club’s 60th anniversary, we have a range of cameras on display, as well as early Cambridge photographs, and information on two local identities whose photos have enriched our collection.Read More
The Cambridge Woodturners’ Club started meeting in 1987 at the woodwork room at the Cambridge High School. Ralph Sinclair gave much support to the group. View his model of a woodturners’ workshop at the museum.Read More