Cookham Dean


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Pictures of original building Name Original Town Visit ? LL Ref. Dates Actual Location Grid Reference IoE
Flower Barrow, The Cookham Dean  Private Dwelling L2644 Jun 03: Cliveden Cottage,

 Quarry Wood Road


N51.5626 W0.7525 N/L

Lilliput Lane's "The Flower Barrow" is modelled on Cliveden Cottage, Quarry Wood Road SL6 9UA [information provided by Jan & Mike Tarrant]


Photo: Jan Tarrant

When I visited (March 26, 2010) the cottage was being re-thatched
The cottage is just  North of Junction of Quarry Wood Road with Grubwood Lane where there is a spot to park by the woods
I had  previously visited Cookham Dean in October 2006 to try and find  "The Flower Barrow"   -- unsuccesfully!
At that time the only information I had was hat the original was in Cookham Dean. Locals suggested that "Redaways" on Dean Lane was the basis of "Flower Barrow" but there were too many disimilarities


For lunch we went to the "Jolly Farmer" which is actually owned by the villagers.  It is in the "Good Pub Guide 2011" [Lucky Dip]    Frith 1950
Czar : The black Labrador Jack: the Mancun cat
Church of St John the Baptist [IoE 40822]  Frith 1950 One of the 2 lych gates.
Forge Cottage, Dean Lane [IoE 40828] Redaways Cottage (corner of Alleyns Lane & Dean Lane [IoE 40823] Frith 1901
Cromwell Cottage in Alleyns Lane [IoE 40815]  

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