Frith House (previously Frith Farm)

Title

Frith House (previously Frith Farm)

Subject

Photographs L - R

1. Frith Farm c. 1900 - 1910
2. Frith House after alterations

Frith House was modernised and enlarged by Sir Stafford Cripps after the second world war and was his home for many years. It was said to be a common sight to see him jogging along the local lanes in the early marooning.

Source

Oakridge History Group

Relation

Gloucestershire Archives holds the following :
1. Extension and renovation of Frith House, Far Oakridge, Bisley. Approved. Application No. S.6516/F, 1983, ref. DC6/154
2. Conversion of coach house to staff accommodation, Frith House, Far Oakridge, Chalford. Consent. Application No. S.6516/G, 1984, ref. DC 14/200
3. Approval of detailed plans for alterations to stables and barn at Frith House, Far Oakridge, Bisley. Approved. Application No. S.6516/5/Ap, 1985, ref. DC23/475
4. Change of use from domestic outbuildings to 2 units of holiday accommodation at Frith House, Far Oakridge, Bisley. Permission given. Application No. S.6516/J, 1985, ref. DC 20/437

Type

Static Image

Identifier

B83

Files

Frith Farm c. 1900 - 1910
Frith House after alterations

Collection

Citation

“Frith House (previously Frith Farm),” Oakridge Community Archives, accessed July 21, 2018, http://oakridgecommunityarchives.org/items/show/308.

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