danny house: a sussex mansion through seven centuries

colin & judith brent


DANNY HOUSE, a splendid Grade-One Elizabethan mansion nestling under iconic Wolstonbury Hill, due south of Hurstpierpoint, boasts 141 rooms, including cellars. From 1657 Peter Courthope owned Danny for 68 years, allowing village cricket on his Sandfield, the earliest known ground in Sussex. In the 1720s his son-in-law Henry Campion gave the south wing a Baroque facade, elegant rooms and curving staircase. His descendants owned Danny until 1983. Danny's new owner is Richard Burrows.


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The Eton Cookbook

Caroline Waldegrave & Sandra Robinson


THE ETON COOKBOOK contains favourite recipes submitted and tested by Eton boys, parents, staff and noted Old Etonians. Recipes have kindly been provided by, among others, the Prime Minister, the Mayor of London and Tom Parker Bowles.


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beau desert golf club: the first 100 years 1911-2011

steve lord


BEAU DESERT Golf Course was designed and built by golf course architect Herbert Fowler. The course is in the heart of Cannock Chase in Staffordshire and is recognised as one of the most complete tests of golf and has been the venue of regional qualifying rounds for The Open Championship. 

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Camberley Heath Golf Club 1913-2013

John Greenwood & Susan Carpenter


IN 1913, a new golf course appeared in an area known as Cart Bottom, part of the heath land of North West Surrey. Designed by Harry Shapland Colt, Camberley Heath was to become recognised as one of Surrey's heath land courses.


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Commando gunners: The first fifty years

Lt colonel ray faull & colonel john wilson


A COMPILATION of personal experiences, mainly on operations, of personnel serving in 29 and 95 Commando Regiments Royal Artillery. This book relies on the recall by individuals who took part in some of the many operations and deployments conducted over the period of the fifty years of 29 and 95 Commando Regiment's existence.


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