The Ambridge Conservation Trust

June Spencer as Peggy Archer in 1951 © BBC
“The home of the charity of Roger Owfield and his wife Thomasina. Blessed be the memory of the just. 1614” Owfield almshouses, Ashbourne, Derbyshire
A tablet commemorating the “good deed of a good man” — John Addey, master shipwright of Deptford, who died in 1606, leaving £200 to procure a perpetual annuity towards the relief of the poor people of Deptford. His charity continues in the Addey and Stanhope School in Lewisham. Note the carved shipwright’s tools, and the ship under construction on a ramp, which decorate the memorial
“A prize for the best idea for sustainable agriculture”
June Spencer’s 100th birthday party with members of cast and production team of the Archers © BBC

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