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Lord Methuen: the Society’s first patron

Lord Methuen: the Society’s first patron

It is with great pleasure that I can announce that Lord Methuen has accepted the honorary office as Patron of our Society. We had the pleasure of hearing Lord Methuen speak to us in April on the work of the House of Lords of which he is an active member. He is one of...
Lord Methuen: the Society’s first patron

Lord Methuen: the Society's first patron

It is with great pleasure that I can announce that Lord Methuen has accepted the honorary office as Patron of our Society. We had the pleasure of hearing Lord Methuen speak to us in April on the work of the House of Lords of which he is an active member. He is one of...
Rudloe Manor

Rudloe Manor

Rudloe Manor (Photo by John Hancock) Rudloe Manor (Photo by John Hancock) Rudloe Manor (Photo by John Hancock) Rudloe Manor is a late 17th century manor house overlooking the beautiful Bybrook valley, surrounded by ancillary buildings including a Grade II listed barn....

HAINE & CORRY – Builders Merchants, Corsham & Gloucester

Last year, one of our members was offered a cast iron toilet cistern, yes, a toilet cistern, of the old fashioned variety, with the tank at the top and a long pull chain. What intrigued us was the engraved name on it „Haine & Corry‟. I remembered this firm being...

HAINE & CORRY – Builders Merchants, Corsham & Gloucester

Last year, one of our members was offered a cast iron toilet cistern, yes, a toilet cistern, of the old fashioned variety, with the tank at the top and a long pull chain. What intrigued us was the engraved name on it „Haine & Corry‟. I remembered this firm being...
Dated buildings in Corsham

Dated buildings in Corsham

The fine, simple, elegant, clear date-stone on the front of the house of Geoff Knapp (Hon. Vice- President of the Corsham Civic Society) in South Street, a street with an interesting number of date-stones, revealing the building develop- ment of the street, close to...