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Cadeby (pronounced // KAYD-bee) is a village and civil parish in the Hinckley and Bosworth district of Leicestershire, England, about 6 miles north of Hinckley, close to Newbold Verdon and Market Bosworth. According to the 2001 census it had a population of 177, reducing to 169 at the 2011 census.
Cadeby Light Railway
Until 2005, Cadeby Rectory garden was home to the Cadeby Light Railway. This was a short narrow gauge line and collection of railway artifacts belonging to the late Rev. Teddy Boston, a friend of the Rev W Awdry. The railway is closed and was dismantled in 2006.
Cadeby Steam & Country Fayre
Market Bosworth Steam Rally, also known as the Cadeby Steam & Country Fayre, was founded in 1964 by the Rev Teddy Boston, both as an alternative to transporting his steam roller to distant rallies by low-loader, and as a means to raise funds for his parish church. The rally continued annually for 44 years, held on the second weekend in August; the last rally was held in 2008.
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- Cadeby Steam & Country Fayre (official website)
- Pictures of "Fiery Elias" - Teddy Boston's Foster traction engine - at Cadeby Steam & Country Fayre
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