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Little Easton Almshouses

Little Easton Almshouses

I was lucky enough to be in Little Easton at sunset last Friday and was delighted with how this picture came out These were built around 1716 to house 4 poor widows, A yearly rent of £20 was to be charged equally amogst the four Almswomen.

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Tilty Watermill

The Watermill at Tilty

The watermill is thought to date from the later part of the 18th century. The mill contains a large cast iron waterwheel and a complete set of gearing to three pairs of millstones. As recently as 2005 restoration was being considered, however the mill appears to have been abandoned now

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The Old Mill Stream Waterfall 2

The stream that powered a water mill…

Back to Tilty… If you walk past the Church, down across the field past the remains of the monastery you’ll come to a derelict water mill. Walk to the back of this and you’ll be able to see the old water course that used to feed this. What remains of

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Cooking on Gas

Organisation, or lack thereof.

We’ve been a bit all over the place from the start of this blog – I promise we’ll start being a little more disciplined in the organisation of series of pictures so that you don’t have to leap from page to page to find all the posts from a series.

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The Font at Tilty Church

Tilty Church revisited…

The second entry on this blog was about Tilty Church, and promised a series of images, this so far has not materialised! So, without further ado: The first thing you see as you enter Tilty Church is the Font. This was made from excavated material from the Abbey dating from

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Mark Seton

Mark Seton

I'm an amateur photographer who enjoys music. I'm currently the Digital Secretary of the Bishops Stortford Camera club (and am a past Chairman) and I hold both LRPS and CPAGB distinctions.