Up Rayleigh Mill

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Visit? LL Ref. Dates Actual Location Grid Reference IoE
Cosy Cottage Rayleigh Council House (Visits by appt) . Jun 09

The Dutch Cottage

33 Crown Hill


N51.5868 E0.6028 123020
Lilliput Lane's "Cosy Christmas" is based on The Dutch Cottage, 33 Crown Hill, SS6 7HQ  [IoE 123020] {Jan Tarrant identified}

Photo: Jan & Mike Tarrant

It is the smallest council house in the UK and can be visited by appointment. {on Wednesdays?} (Tel: +44 (0) 1702 318150)         Directions to the Dutch Cottage             
When it was built in 1621 it stood alone but is now part of a normal street leading from the High Street to the station. You could easily pass it and not know it's there.


It is similar to Lilliput Lane's "Circle of Love" on nearby Canvey Island



Millennium Clock on 3 faces but a picture on the 4th, depicting The Church, The Windmill , Mount, and the Dutch Cottage   Stopped!
Holy Trinity Church [IoE 123016]
  Teddy Parachute Jumps ! Rayleigh Windmill  [IoE 123015]
A Millennium Beacon The Crown Inn after which Crown Hill takes its name [IoE 123036]

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