1899 – Village Institute, Ticehurst, Sussex

Architect: Aston Webb


“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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