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  • Beatrice Kitchen Gains Most Points in Spring Show

    Newspaper cutting shows Beatrice Kitchen with one of her exhibits at Mickleton Gardening Club's spring show held in the Joseph Webb Hall. With her are the Club's chairman, Vera Fisher, and treasurer, George Compton.
  • South Facing window in Chancel, St Lawrence Church

    South facing stained Glass window in chancel. The Fisher family window with their motto 'Vigilet qui Vincet' means 'Let he who overcomes keep watch'. The glass is 17th century Flemish or Northern French.
  • Tudor House - a history

    On W side of High Street, through to Back Lane.

    Camera facing SW.

    Listed: 3/9 II  C17.  Stone.  Cotswold stone roof.  2 s[torey] and gabled stone dormers or gablets.  4ws (2- 3- and 4-light stone mullions and dripmoulds).  RHS - a 2 s[torey], 2 ws Wing in same style.

    This hosue has had many uses since it was first leased in 1655 from Sir Edward Fisher to A Fowles for 1000 years at an annual rent of 6/8d.  When it was a school the bell on the N end was used to summon the children and in later years when it was a private house the bell was used as a fire alarm to summon the local men who manned the fire engine before the fire service was nationalised.  Heavy traffic going at speed round this corner is a constant threat to the house.

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