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Lacock

Lacock Church of England Primary School, Lacock

Lacock Church of England Primary School, Lacock - ID 1811

The school was planned to be ready in 1821 to mark the 21st birthday of William Henry Fox Talbot. It was provided by Henry Fox Talbot but owing to the.....

Date Photo Taken 2003
Uploaded 25/10/2007 08:29:35
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Original Media Location: Wiltshire & Swindon History Centre, Chippenham
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Lacock

The Porch House, Lacock

The Porch House, Lacock - ID 1812

The Porch House, in the High Street, is one of the most important houses in the village and must have belonged to a number of prosperous inhabitants o.....

Date Photo Taken 2003
Uploaded 25/10/2007 08:29:35
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Original Media Location: Wiltshire & Swindon History Centre, Chippenham
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Lacock

Bus shelter, Lacock

Bus shelter, Lacock - ID 1813

This must be one of the most interesting bus shelters in the country. It was a part of the last remaining smithy in Lacock where, in the 1870s and 188.....

Date Photo Taken 2003
Uploaded 25/10/2007 08:29:35
Views 1497
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Original Media Location: Wiltshire & Swindon History Centre, Chippenham
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Lacock

The George Inn, Lacock

The George Inn, Lacock - ID 1814

The George Inn is the oldest inn, with a continuous license, in Lacock. The earliest part, of timber framing and rubble stone, is 16th century or earl.....

Date Photo Taken 2003
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Lacock

Sign of the Angel, Lacock

Sign of the Angel, Lacock - ID 1815

An exceptionally fine fronted late 15th century house, said to have been built in 1480. On the first floor there is a Tudor arched fireplace and panel.....

Date Photo Taken 2003
Uploaded 25/10/2007 08:29:35
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Original Media Location: Wiltshire & Swindon History Centre, Chippenham
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Lacock

The Sign of the Angel, Lacock

The Sign of the Angel, Lacock - ID 1816

An exceptionally fine fronted late 15th century house, said to have been built in 1480. On the first floor there is a Tudor arched fireplace and panel.....

Date Photo Taken 2003
Uploaded 25/10/2007 08:29:35
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Lacock

Church of St. Cyriac, Lacock

Church of St. Cyriac, Lacock - ID 1817

Although it is possible that there was a small Saxon church here it is definite that a Norman church was built towards the end of the 11th century by .....

Date Photo Taken 2003
Uploaded 25/10/2007 08:29:35
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Original Media Location: Wiltshire & Swindon History Centre, Chippenham
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Lacock

Church of St. Cyriac, Lacock

Church of St. Cyriac, Lacock - ID 1818

Although it is possible that there was a small Saxon church here it is definite that a Norman church was built towards the end of the 11th century by .....

Date Photo Taken 2003
Uploaded 25/10/2007 08:29:35
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Lacock

Church of St. Cyriac, Lacock

Church of St. Cyriac, Lacock - ID 1819

Although it is possible that there was a small Saxon church here it is definite that a Norman church was built towards the end of the 11th century by .....

Date Photo Taken 2003
Uploaded 25/10/2007 08:29:35
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Lacock

Church of St. Cyriac, Lacock

Church of St. Cyriac, Lacock - ID 1820

Although it is possible that there was a small Saxon church here it is definite that a Norman church was built towards the end of the 11th century by .....

Date Photo Taken 2003
Uploaded 25/10/2007 08:29:35
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Lacock

Church of St. Cyriac, Lacock

Church of St. Cyriac, Lacock - ID 1821

Although it is possible that there was a small Saxon church here it is definite that a Norman church was built towards the end of the 11th century by .....

Date Photo Taken 2003
Uploaded 25/10/2007 08:29:35
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Lacock

Church of St. Cyriac, Lacock

Church of St. Cyriac, Lacock - ID 1822

Although it is possible that there was a small Saxon church here it is definite that a Norman church was built towards the end of the 11th century by .....

Date Photo Taken 2003
Uploaded 25/10/2007 08:29:35
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Original Media Location: Wiltshire & Swindon History Centre, Chippenham
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Lacock

Church of St. Cyriac, Lacock

Church of St. Cyriac, Lacock - ID 1823

Although it is possible that there was a small Saxon church here it is definite that a Norman church was built towards the end of the 11th century by .....

Date Photo Taken c.1905
Uploaded 25/10/2007 08:29:35
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Lacock

Church of St. Cyriac, Lacock

Church of St. Cyriac, Lacock - ID 1824

Although it is possible that there was a small Saxon church here it is definite that a Norman church was built towards the end of the 11th century by .....

Date Photo Taken c.1905
Uploaded 25/10/2007 08:29:35
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Lacock

Church of St. Cyriac, Lacock

Church of St. Cyriac, Lacock - ID 1825

Although it is possible that there was a small Saxon church here it is definite that a Norman church was built towards the end of the 11th century by .....

Date Photo Taken c.1905
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Lacock

Church of St. Cyriac, Lacock

Church of St. Cyriac, Lacock - ID 1826

Although it is possible that there was a small Saxon church here it is definite that a Norman church was built towards the end of the 11th century by .....

Date Photo Taken c.1905
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Lacock

Church of St. Cyriac, Lacock

Church of St. Cyriac, Lacock - ID 1827

Although it is possible that there was a small Saxon church here it is definite that a Norman church was built towards the end of the 11th century by .....

Date Photo Taken c.1901
Uploaded 25/10/2007 08:29:35
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Original Media Location: Wiltshire & Swindon History Centre, Chippenham
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Lacock

Church of St. Cyriac, Lacock

Church of St. Cyriac, Lacock - ID 1828

Although it is possible that there was a small Saxon church here it is definite that a Norman church was built towards the end of the 11th century by .....

Date Photo Taken c.1905
Uploaded 25/10/2007 08:29:35
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Original Media Location: Wiltshire & Swindon History Centre, Chippenham
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Lacock

Church of St. Cyriac, Lacock

Church of St. Cyriac, Lacock - ID 1829

Although it is possible that there was a small Saxon church here it is definite that a Norman church was built towards the end of the 11th century by .....

Date Photo Taken c.1905
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Lacock

Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Lacock

Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Lacock - ID 1830

This chapel, across the river at the foot of Bowden Hill, was opened in 1863 at a ceremony attended by 700 people, who afterwards took tea in the adja.....

Date Photo Taken 2003
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Views 1422
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Lacock

Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Lacock

Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Lacock - ID 1831

This chapel, across the river at the foot of Bowden Hill, was opened in 1863 at a ceremony attended by 700 people, who afterwards took tea in the adja.....

Date Photo Taken 2003
Uploaded 25/10/2007 08:29:35
Views 1362
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Lacock

Congregation Chapel, Lacock

Congregation Chapel, Lacock - ID 1832

Congregationalists were meeting in Lacock in 1783 and met in one another's houses for over 100 years. A church was built in 1812 with seating for 150 .....

Date Photo Taken 2003
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Lacock

United Reform Church, Lacock

United Reform Church, Lacock - ID 1833

Congregationalists were meeting in Lacock in 1783 and met in one another's houses for over 100 years. A church was built in 1812 with seating for 150 .....

Date Photo Taken 2003
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Lacock

Church of St. Anne, Bowden Hill, Lacock

Church of St. Anne, Bowden Hill, Lacock - ID 1834

In 1849 Captain J.N. Gladstone, elder brother of the Liberal Prime Minister William Ewart Gladstone, bought Bowden Park. He built this church in 1856-.....

Date Photo Taken 2003
Uploaded 25/10/2007 08:29:35
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Lacock

Church of St. Anne, Bowden Hill, Lacock

Church of St. Anne, Bowden Hill, Lacock - ID 1835

In 1849 Captain J.N. Gladstone, elder brother of the Liberal Prime Minister William Ewart Gladstone, bought Bowden Park. He built this church in 1856-.....

Date Photo Taken 2003
Uploaded 25/10/2007 08:29:35
Views 2835
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Lacock

Church of St. Anne, Bowden Hill, Lacock

Church of St. Anne, Bowden Hill, Lacock - ID 1836

In 1849 Captain J.N. Gladstone, elder brother of the Liberal Prime Minister William Ewart Gladstone, bought Bowden Park. He built this church in 1856-.....

Date Photo Taken 2003
Uploaded 25/10/2007 08:29:35
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Lacock

Church of St. Anne, Bowden Hill, Lacock

Church of St. Anne, Bowden Hill, Lacock - ID 1837

In 1849 Captain J.N. Gladstone, elder brother of the Liberal Prime Minister William Ewart Gladstone, bought Bowden Park. He built this church in 1856-.....

Date Photo Taken 2003
Uploaded 25/10/2007 08:29:35
Views 1786
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Lacock

Church of St. Cyriac, Lacock

Church of St. Cyriac, Lacock - ID 1838

Although it is possible that there was a small Saxon church here it is definite that a Norman church was built towards the end of the 11th century by .....

Date Photo Taken c.1904
Uploaded 25/10/2007 08:29:35
Views 2050
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Lacock

Church of St. Cyriac, Lacock

Church of St. Cyriac, Lacock - ID 1839

Although it is possible that there was a small Saxon church here it is definite that a Norman church was built towards the end of the 11th century by .....

Date Photo Taken c.1908
Uploaded 25/10/2007 08:29:35
Views 871
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Lacock

Church of St. Cyriac, Lacock

Church of St. Cyriac, Lacock - ID 1840

Although it is possible that there was a small Saxon church here it is definite that a Norman church was built towards the end of the 11th century by .....

Date Photo Taken 1928
Uploaded 25/10/2007 08:29:35
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