Tadlows, and the cottages adjoining, were also part of the manor of Gaynes and housed
workers on the estate. This practice dated from the earliest days for it takes its name
from Mr Tadlow who engaged on the work to create the lake now in Parklands Open
Space. In the early years of this century it formed two dwellings but has now been
converted into a single residence which survives as 261 Corbets Tey Road, just south of
the junction with Cranston Park Avenue.
By: Tony Benton