Vintage Sussex - Ardingly Village

Interesting images: things, places, buildings and people from Ardingly's past, a small Sussex village.
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Ardingly Village Hall and Pump House  (Credit: uploaded from facebook, Brian Prevett)

Ardingly Village Hall and Pump House (Credit: uploaded from facebook, Brian Prevett)

Wakehurst Place [ZF044] © Foto Memories http://www.foto-memories.co.uk/ @fotomemories1 by Zara Flora http://www.zaraflora.com

Wakehurst Place [ZF044] © Foto Memories http://www.foto-memories.co.uk/ @fotomemories1 by Zara Flora http://www.zaraflora.com

Brook House, Hammingden Lane, Ardingly, West Sussex

Brook House, Hammingden Lane, Ardingly, West Sussex

South Lodge Wakehurst Place

South Lodge Wakehurst Place

ARDINGLY HIGH STREET 5

ARDINGLY HIGH STREET 5

Stained glass panels, Brook House, Ardingly John Dibblee Crace born 1838 - died 1919. The Crace family were the most important firm of interior decorators working in the 19th century. They worked for every British monarch from George III to Queen Victoria and on a range of buildings that includes royal palaces, Leeds Town Hall and the Great Exhibition building of 1862.

Stained glass panels, Brook House, Ardingly

Stained glass panels, Brook House, Ardingly John Dibblee Crace born 1838 - died 1919. The Crace family were the most important firm of interior decorators working in the 19th century. They worked for every British monarch from George III to Queen Victoria and on a range of buildings that includes royal palaces, Leeds Town Hall and the Great Exhibition building of 1862.

South of England Show Summer Show 2013

South of England Show Summer Show 2013

Ardingly village

Ardingly village

Tuck shop Ardingly College, uploaded from Facebook

Tuck shop Ardingly College, uploaded from Facebook

The recreation ground Ardingly, uploaded from Facebook

The recreation ground Ardingly, uploaded from Facebook

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