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Slough Through the Ages
Cippenham

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Henry III (1216 - 1272 ) had a palace at Cippenham, where Cippenham Moat is marked on modern maps (quite near the M4 today). Cippenham Green was where villagers grazed their cows, until the end of the 19th Century, and is the only ancient village green left within Slough's boundaries.

Farmhouse, Cippenham Court Farm, 1890s
Farmhouse, Cippenham Court Farm, 1890s
 
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