Most of us with an ounce of nounce about Arbury history know that the estate had a long history of 'Manors'.
There were at least two in Arbury Road - Manor Farm and Manor School/Community College/Academy.
And the Arbury land was once part of the Royal Manor of Chesterton, William The Conqueror having taken a fancy to it all.
Campkin Road, the Arbury Road end, was once the Manor Farm drive.
Now, there are no vestiges of the Manor link to Arbury (a bit sad as at least Hall Farm, the site of the original South Arbury, is commemorated with a road name) but that's life.
Far fewer people know that Arbury Road had a third Manor.
Manor Nurseries, a business started by Mr Ernest Sale of No 1, Manor Farm Cottages, after the First World War.
Mr Sale had been gassed in the trenches, which permanently affected his health, and had been advised to seek outdoor work.
He rented part of the Manor Farm from the County Council and set up Manor Nurseries. The business became well-known throughout Cambridge, providing floral effects for family occasions and May Balls at the colleges in the town.
In the early 1980s, the bases of the brick entrance posts to Mr Sale's nurseries were still visible in the hedgerow on Arbury Road, just up past Nicholson Way.
A kindly man, Ernest - or 'Ernie' as he was more commonly known - was remembered for his concern for animal welfare. His oft-repeated catchphrase was 'Never step over an animal,' - meaning never ignore an animal suffering ill health or distress.
Mr Sale was saddened to have to leave No 1 Manor Farm Cottages as work began on Campkin Road and North Arbury at the start of the 1960s.
He died in 1961.
Traffic now passes over the spot where his farm cottage stood, and his back garden is now part of Arbury Town Park.