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Madresfield Court
The rear of the house
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  • Madresfield Court is a moated Elizabethan house, extensively rebuilt between 1863 and 1888
  • It's surrounded by parkland, famous for its displays of daffodils
  • The novelist Evelyn Waugh was a frequent visitor to the house, and the Beauchamp family who lived there, both of which are said to have inspired his book Brideshead Revisited
  • These pictures were taken by and copyright of Bob Bilsland
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