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1899 – Village Institute, Ticehurst, Sussex

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Architect: Aston Webb

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“This simple group of club and institute buildings for the village of Ticehurst has been designed by Mr. Aston Webb, A.R.A., the architect, with walls in red brick and tile-hanging to the upper parts. The facade is marked by a pleasing grouping of gables and chimneys. We have no exact particulars beyond these, as to the under- taking of which the architect has lent us the view.” From The Building News, July 7 1899.

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Architect: Scott & Hawthorne

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