Item BCA - 2017.889 - Careful dismantling of old 'Wisteria' and the building of new 'Wisteria' 2013-2015 in Church View

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BCA - 2017.889


Careful dismantling of old 'Wisteria' and the building of new 'Wisteria' 2013-2015 in Church View


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pdf of 27 photographs

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At one time, the dwelling in Church View called 'Wisteria' was the kitchen and dining room for the National School next door. After the school no longer needed it, it became the home of Edie Foreshew, the sister of Emmie Papworth, known by many as a post lady and the owner of the papershop in Bridge Street. When Edie died, the home was bought and then taken down very carefully, stone by stone and a new house built in it's place that is externally in keeping with the surroundings and a great addition to Church View. These photographs document the stages of the change from the old to the new.

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