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Chelsworth

 

In 1870, a survey was made of the population and homes of the whole of Chelsworth. As part of this process, photographs were taken of every house and cottage in the village, and every resident was listed. The results were recorded in a pre-printed and bound ledger and are now on a website which gives a wonderful glimpse of life then.

There is also a site about the railway route proposed by the Eastern Counties Railway Company in 1843 thatwould have taken a track right through the heart of Chelsworth, cutting it in half.

It was the first village to have a Garden Open Day

This site is a personal web site run by John Saville and is not endorsed by Enesco or the Lilliput Lane Collectors Club. All information is provided on a "best efforts" basis and no responsibility can be taken for lost time or finance if relied on.             Webmaster: john-saville@ntlworld.com
Picture of Model Name Originals Town Visit LL Ref. Dates Actual Location Grid Ref. IoE
Mother Of Pearl . Chelsworth Private Dwelling L2443 Jun 01

36 AND 38 The Street (north side just west of Peacock Inn)

 
N52.0937 E0.8892 276376
Mar 03
Lilliput Lane's model "Mother of Pearl" is based on a 36-38 The Street in Chelsworth. Info supplied by Jan Tarrant
 
   
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