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Flambards, TR13 0QA
01326 573 404
this year we are offering exhibition only days.
15-Oct-13 to 15-Oct-15
The Victorian Village was created of just three rooms in 1979 by Mrs. Audrey Kingsford – Hale who wanted to portray a life size recreation of the Victorian period. Through the years the village has grown to include some 50 shops, cottages and businesses, including the butcher's shop, the bakery, blacksmiths and sweet shop.
The streets are cobbled with granite setts, salvaged from the old streets of Bath in the 1960's, while the wood-block floor of the school room had already felt the tread and scuffs of thousands of clogs and hob-nailed boots before being salvaged from the demolition of a Victorian school and transported to Flambards.
Finding the words to adequately convey the atmosphere and total charm of Flambards Victorian Village is a challenge. It is unique and has to be experienced to be believed!
Times and prices are subject to change. Contact venue before setting out.