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Pictures of original building Name Original Town Visit ? LL Ref. Dates Actual Location Grid Reference IoE
Summer Sunday (PYO) Cookham Private dwelling     Moor Thatch

just off School Lane

N51.559 W 0.711  
We visited Cookham on October 7, 2006                     Village Tour  Wikipedia     Celebrity residents  Walk

Kenneth Grahame is said to have been inspired by the River Thames at Cookham to write The Wind in the Willows

School Lane Area
Lilliput Lane's "Summer Sunday (PYO)" is based on "Moor Thatch" just off School Lane (Jan Tarrant info).

Home of Patricia Preece and her lesbian lover Dorothy Hepworth. In 1934 Patricia married Stanley Spencer four days after his divorce from Hilda Carline, but separated almost immediately. See notes

Wonderful chimney's on Moor Hall once home of Gaumont British Animation Moor End -- timber frame with brick
High Street
South Side North Side
The Forge Restaurant (Cookham Tandoori) [IoE 40838]   Frith 1955  
Coombe End Cottage [IoE 40839] Malik's Restaurant was "Royal Exchange"  [IoE 40835]
RH is "Fernley" birthplace of Sir Stanley Spencer  
[IoE 40843]   Kings Arms Hotel [IoE 40842]   Frith 1914 Bel & Dragon Pub [IoE 40830] & Old Apothecary [40829]   Frith 1925

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