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Caption for Wickhambreaux, Old Bell House 1903: This attractive Tudor building is known as The Bell House because in 1525 the then owner decreed that upon his decease the money raised from renting out the building should be used to pay for the ringing of the curfew bell.

An extract from Villages of Kent Photographic Memories.

Memories of Wickhambreaux, Old Bell House 1903

My paternal grandfather (Waters) was the baker at the Bell House. I remember the bakery well as I used to travel down from Swanley in Kent on the coach with Dad (Mum stayed at home with my younger siblings) to visit my grandparents. In through the bakery front door - stairs straight ahead - left to the front (...Read full memory)

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