Coronavirus: Thank you for your continued support in these difficult times. Since our office and factory are in a rural area, our staff travel to work individually by car and we have enough space to maintain social distancing, so in consultation with our staff, we have decided to remain open for business unless government policy changes.
We are still able to despatch most of our products, however, the ones listed below (that are made by other manufacturers) will not be available for a while.

Tableware (Coasters & Placemats) and Wallpaper.

Our despatch times are normal, but Royal Mail & Parcelforce delivery times are varying depending on location - some parcels arrive next day and others are taking up to 10 days, which we have no control over.

We will update this message as anything changes.

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Caption for Westcott, The Rookery Mill House 1933: Yet another vanished Surrey watermill, testimony to a virtually forgotten source of power. This mill stood on the Pippbroook, a tributary of the Mole, but has now been demolished. It was one of six mills on the little Pippbrook alone. The next mill downstream was at Westcott itself.

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Memories of Westcott

I remember walking down from Thorndale cottages on the old flint road taking a jug to be filled with ale for my grandfather Joseph Frank Brown and grandma May Brown and Miss Wheeler who lived next door no 3, happy memories

Stephen, I knew your father well from his days at Tooting and when he moved to The Prince of Wales in the 60's. I used to play keyboard with Colin Neilson on drums every month. Terribly loud stuff but good fun! Great guy, your father. Best regards Alan Cooper

I was landlord of the Crown from 1971 to 1973.  I was only 19 and apparently the youngest landlord in England at the time.  My father, Bernard Edmund had been landord at the Prince of Wales  across the road, for many years.   We had some wonderful times at The Crown.

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