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Author: Christine Adams
ISBN: 1845135180
Subcategory: Home Improvement & Design
Pages 256 pages
Publisher Aurum Press Ltd; UK ed. edition (March 25, 2010)
Language English
Category: Hobbies and Crafts
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Now her niece, Christine Adams, who inherited May's house and completed it - at the cost of her own marriage - tells her aunt's life story from the voluminous diaries and letters she left behind. Christine Adams now runs a Bed and Breakfast in May Savidge's old house in Norfolk. She attended numerous council meetings, wrote thousands of letters and when the council would not budge, she decided to save it by painstakingly dismantling it piece by piece and slowly reassembling it in a new location in Norfolk.

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Her niece, Christine Adams, had come to a Norfolk Roadshow with some memorabilia from the house of her aunt, May Savidge. But this was only a tiny fraction of the house's contents, and only hinted at the facts of May Savidge's life. Now, Christine Adams tells how she discovered the full story. May Savidge lived in a half-timbered house in Hertfordshire. When the council served her with a compulsory purchase notice to make way for a roundabout, May decided she had to move - but so did the house

In 2007 Christine Adams went to the BBC's Antiques Roadshow in Norfolk with some memorabilia from the house of her aunt, May Savidge. But this was only a tiny fraction of the house's contents, and only hinted at the facts of May Savidge's life. Now, Christine Adams tells how she discovered the full story.