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An extension was added to the rear of the building during 2015.
Steve Ellwood, 2 August 2015
I was born at Nutter Cote on 7 March 1966 and I have some lovey photos.
Isobel., 1 August 2015
Cleatham Hall is an elegant building set in pleasant grounds, with lovely views. It has a spacious entrance hall and good sized reception rooms and bedrooms. It has recently been refurbished as a hotel and special events venue, with brand new modern en-suite bathrooms. The building was enlarged in [...]
CELIA hEWERDINE, 31 July 2015
What a surprise - was telling a Buckinghamshire friend where I used to go to school and when we looked it up there was the name of Jean Sinclair who was in the same year. My parents lived in The Solomon Islands in the Western Pacific. I think it [...]
Catherine Bird (nee Campbell), 31 July 2015
Correction. Pont Dol-Rhiw-Felen spans the River Cynfal, about 100 metres before it joins the River Dwyryd.
, 29 July 2015
From the report of the laying of the foundation stone on 2 Sep 2858 (see the Bath Chronicle of Thu 9 Sep 1858 p8), the architects were Joseph Aloysius Hansom (1803-1882) and Charles Hansom (1817-1888).
P J Bendall, 29 July 2015
I was born in Chippinghurst Manor on 2nd March 1943, I have unfortunately not returned to the place of my birth, and during my whole life only met one other person who was born there, and that was here in Cornwall, hopefully,before my time on this planet expires I will [...]
Margaret Chapman nee comer, 28 July 2015
I too wa in St Etheldreda,s from 1944 up to 1954, St Helena Mary was caring but Sister Maud no way or Sister Hildegard both very cold women , sorry but the home left a bad taste in my mouth , certainly not happy there, tho was much better [...]
Dawn lenena jess was Dawn gibbons or dawn Leary, 23 July 2015
Awesome comment above! Would love to see that photo! Great house :)
Sarah A Miller, 23 July 2015
I was wondering if Salutation Inn used to be Salutation lodge ? Does anyone know ? My mum's grandmother lived at Salutation lodge Castlecombe. we have a couple of old photographs of it somewhere, my mother's grandmother was Copeland but before copeland she was married to Lance Corpral Fred Purbrick.
M.Donohoe, 22 July 2015
I was raised in this building in the late 70s when it was a childrens home for 20+ children looking for photos. Had large beautiful grounds and amazing staircase.
TERESA, 22 July 2015
The former church of St Jude is now occupied as studios and offices of the IDP Partnership Group (Architects). Ian Darby purchased the building in 1989.
Steve Ellwood, 20 July 2015