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Alderminster. Mr Fred Hicks

Mr. Fred Hicks in his garden in Alderminster. 1930s

Alveston. Old Vicarage

The Old Vicarage, Alveston. c.1910

Ascott. Cottage

A trellis covered cottage in Ascott. 1900s

Ashow. Timber framed thatched cottages

Timber framed , thatched cottages with outbuilding , surrounded by garden and trees with brick house next door. 1900s

Atherstone. Swan & Two Nicks Yard.

49-51 Swan & Two Nicks Yard, Atherstone. Brick cottage with garden, ends of terrace housing, washing on line. 1900s [The name 'Two Nicks' origonates from the custom of swans having two nicks made ...

Barnacle. Barnacle Hall

Barnacle Hall, Barnacle, near Coventry showing part of garden. Note date stone 1745

Barton on the Heath. Rectory

The Rectory, Barton on the Heath, showing the garden in springtime. 1900s

Bedworth. Church Street, garden at Congreve House

The garden and greenhouse at Congreve House, Church Street, Bedworth (Dr. Orton's house), taken about 1910

Beech Lawn, Leamington Spa

J. Brandard Beech Lawn, Leamington Published by C Elston Ink on paper 235mm, width 275mm Beech Lawn in Leamington Spa was the home of Dr Jephson. The inscription below the print reads: 'Beech Lawn Leamington ...

Binton. St Peter's Church and rectory garden

St Peter's church and the rectory garden, Binton. 1920s

Bishops Tachbrook. Manor

Manor House, Bishops Tachbrook with gardens to front and side. 1920s

Bishops Tachbrook. New Yard

Thatched cottages known as New Yard and surrounding gardens in Bishops Tachbrook. 1900s

Bretford. Best Kept Village

Bretford, best kept village. Mrs F.A. White, Mrs E.A. Cooper and Mrs I.E. Halfpenny and flower beds outside the Old Oaks. August 1958

Bretford. Best Kept Village

Bretford, best kept village. Mrs F.A. White, Mrs E.A. Cooper and Mrs I.E. Halfpenny and flower beds outside the Old Oaks. August 1958

Bretford. Best Kept Village

Bretford, best kept village. Mrs Francis Teeton tending her flower beds. August 1958

Brownsover. Birthplace of Laurence Sheriff

Timber framed cottage at Brownsover where Laurence Sheriff was born. 1910s [The birthplace is disputed but more likely to have been in Rugby]

Butlers Marston. Manor House

The Manor House at Butlers Marston. September 17th 1948

Butlers Marston. Manor House

Rear view of The Manor House and garden at Butlers Marston. September 17th 1948