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What a delight to find a photo of the church at Appledore! I'm a landscape painter and part way through a series of paintings of scenes of Kent. I'm using, as inspiration, a set of small pencil drawings made back around 1903, and reinterpreting them as landscape paintings. Just this morning I started a view of Appledore. I've got copies of a few of my paintings at my website, http://architectureandart.etsy.com
This is Ashridge House, now Ashridge Buisness School, a gothic revival country house built in the early 19th century by James Wyatt for the 7th Earl of Bridgewater. I’ve no idea what was there in 1608.
Quite a long way from Sandridge
This building was always called The Shack and originally accommodation for Officers attending courses at Shoeburyness. I was there from 1975 to 1979 and my room was to the left of the green door.
I went to school here 1954-1962. It was an Endowded school. The Infants were at the end next to the churchyard - juniors at the far end with the headmasters house in the middle. The steps led to his front door. Two playgrounds & the most beautiful garden on different levels at the back.
Happy days :) The building is now sadly housing :(
No problem Benjamin
very nice place!!! Tornike from Georgia!!!