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    • It is a beautiful home – it has been home to the Lucy family since 16th century. The house is open to the public (though closed for winter repairs) but the family still live in part of it

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    • A success 🙂
      This is a gorgeous National Trust property and my nephew did work experience there earlier this year. It’s a great house but it is also known for its deer, sheep and gardens. I am sure your would love the place, Brian.
      After a very busy, but grey and damp, Christmas, I was so lucky to have the sun emerge for a couple of hours when I got to Charlecote.

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      • That is so lucky to have some sun. I would love some cool and rainy myself 🙂 I would have to spend a lifetime to see everything that is posted. Will put on the list but……..

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