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Far Oakridge House

After the end of WW1, Rothenstein was offered the post of Principal of the Royal College of Art in London. This was something very close to his heart,…

Iles Green, Previously known as Iles Green House, Iles Green Farm and Turner's Farm


Iles Green dates back to the early part of the 17th century. Sir William Rothenstein, artist and, later, Principal of the Royal College of Art,…

Queenie Pearman remembers WWI & WWII

WWI - Queenie.pdf

During WWI the women in the village took in machining work for one of the factories on Brick Row where Mr White, who lived in the village worked. The…