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1 (1) HISTON & IMPINGTON NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN 2017 (A) BUILDINGS THAT SHOULD BE OFFICIALLY LISTED HISTON, 9 CHURCH STREET, VICTORIAN SLAUGHTER HOUSE The Victorian slaughter house plus bullock lean-to. Part of the premises of Yew Cottage, 9 Church Street, built by the Papworth family in the mid C19 when they were well-known farmers and butchers. It comprises a steep pitched gabled wing with a loading door in the east gable and twin access doors at ground floor for removing the carcasses, plus a lean-to annexe where younger animals were kept before slaughter, known as the bullock house. The beech pulley wheels for the ropes still survive attached to the cross beams. 1 (2) HISTON & IMPINGTON NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN 2017 (A) BUILDINGS THAT SHOULD BE OFFICIALLY LISTED HISTON, 10 CHURCH STREET, BELL COTTAGE AND FORMER BLACKSMITH’S FORGE An early thatched one and a half storey local style cottage. Set back in the garden is a red tiled building surviving as a blacksmith’s forge until the 1960s. 1 (3)...