National Trust Treasures – Bateman’s Ep 9


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This episode features the 17th Century Jacobean house in East Sussex that was Rudyard Kipling’s family home from 1902 to 1936. The delightful grounds run down to the small River Dudwell with its watermill, wildflowers, fruits and herbs. Today the house is shown as it was in his time and is a lasting legacy to his extraordinary life and work.

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Weight 0.09 kg

E – Exempt


PAL 4 Australia

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