Sunday 30 June 2013

Manor Farm - The Farmhouse.

The farmhouse was built in the 1400s and in a few places the original medieval features can be seen. The house itself has been kept as the 1940s house with a fantastic cottage garden. The volunteers were busy making gooseberry jam yesterday and there is a Victorian school room attached. If you are a fan of the 1940s era it makes for a fascinating nostalgic snoop around.

This is the view of the farmhouse from the top of the garden.
The other following photos give you a taste of what some of the rooms look like:

Just need the preservation fairy to visit my larder and fill it with shelf upon shelf of homemade goodies although I think I might pass on the jar of pickled eggs and the runner bean chutney thank ye!


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