An attractive yet simple medieval house, Dunshay's former inhabitants include figures who have made outstanding contributions in the fields of architecture (Alice Briwere), art (George Spencer Watson and Lucy Kemp-Welch) and sculpture (Mary Spencer Watson). Their contributions had been not just of local importance but of national – and sometimes international – significance.
Walls have ears. Andrew Norman now gives those of Dunshay Manor a clear and elegant voice, to tell of the people who have lived, loved, thought and worked at Dunshay form the twelfth century to the present, in a story that is truly living history. ISBN 1841144037, paperback, 96 pages.