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Easton
 
Easton Hall
Easton Hall
Easton Hall

Much of this house was built in 1805 by Sir Montague Cholmeley but then replaced by a Victorian house in Elizabethan style.

It was requisitioned during World War 2 and the resulting damage made the house inhabitable.

It was subsequently demolished.

Easton, Hall, Montague Cholmeley
Easton Hall
Easton Hall
Easton Hall

The hall pictured was built for the Cholmeley family in the nineteenth-century.

It suffered during wartime requisition and was later demolished.

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Easton,
Easton,  Easton Park, Bridge
Easton, Easton Park, Bridge
Easton, Easton Park, Bridge

Easton Park, the home of the Cholmeley family, has seen three great houses but none survive today.

However, the beautiful terraced gardens, designed in the French style in the 19th century can still be seen.

This ornamental bridge crosses the Upper Witham river, which is a feature of the park.

Easton, Park, Cholmeley,