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Offline Mr. Tibbs

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Re: Brockbushes
« Reply #9 on: Saturday 25 November 17 17:37 GMT (UK) »
It belongs to part of the Dickinson family now-local landowners and originally would have been a normal farm with maybe some provision for ag labs on site but not necessarily.  Many farms now have diversified; hence a fruit farm, farm shop, cafe and in November there is a great Christmas Fair too and other events during the year.

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Re: Brockbushes
« Reply #10 on: Saturday 25 November 17 19:06 GMT (UK) »
It belongs to part of the Dickinson family now-local landowners and originally would have been a normal farm with maybe some provision for ag labs on site but not necessarily.  Many farms now have diversified; hence a fruit farm, farm shop, cafe and in November there is a great Christmas Fair too and other events during the year.

Thanks for your reply my ancestors must have lived on a cottage on the farm in the 1770's as they had several children born there.

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