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Picture of Model Name Originals Town Visit LL Ref. Dates Actual Location Grid Ref. IoE
Cotman Cottage .

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Hoxne Private Dwelling . Aug 96

Dec 96

Hollydean,

Goldbrook,

IP21 5AN

Opposite St Edmunds (vilage) Hall next to Goldbrook Bridge on road to Cross Street

N52.3474 E1.1997 281019
 
Cotman Cottage Plate 997 Jan 96

Mar 96

 
Hoxne (pronounced `Hoxen')      Walk
Lilliput Lane's "Cotman Cottage" is based on Hollydean, Goldbrook, IP21 5AN    the centre of these three cottages which are: Goldbrook Cottage/Hollydean/Old Thatch  [original info Jan Tarrant/Clare Scott]
Hoxne's St Edmunds Village Hall commemorates the death in the area of St Edmund in AD 870 0n Goldbrook Bridgeafter being betrayed by a couple on their way to their wedding.  To this day brides will not cross the bridge for fear of his curse....or is this all legend

He is Buried in Bury St Edmunds Cathedral       Refurbishment

View of the Green This was a butchers, then a gallery, and here an Estate Agents
The Swan is a nice pub, excellent food

 

It is in the "Good pub Guide 2008" [Lucky Dip]

   

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