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  • Bus Shelter - a history

    At the junction of High Street and Chapel Lane, against wall of Three Ways Hotel.

    Camera facing N.

    Built November 1950 - January 1951.  Stone walls.  Hipped roof, Cotswold stone under stone ridge.  Open front under oak lintel.  Inside is a wooden seat round three sides.

    Architect: Pemberton and Bateman, Chipping Campden.

    Builder: Geo Brotheridge and Co Ltd, Chipping Campden.

    Given to the village by Mr Joseph Webb in memory of his father.  A well designed, well built shelter.  Originally proposed site on Three Ways triangle refused by the police and the surveyor as it would 'obscure the view'.  Unobtrusively sited against stone wall.

  • The Plantation and Three Ways House Hotel

    The Plantation and fountain in the centre of the village with The Three Ways House Hotel,  Formerly called St. Lawrence, Mickleton Lodge, Seaton Lea and The Three Ways.  The Chestnut trees on the Plantation have now gone.
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