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So I'm back from my holiday to Bali, refreshed and ready for a busy month and a half of weddings 👰🏻🤵🏻 Last week, @rockmywedding featured this lovely couples wedding at the @theorangerymaidstone - link in bio if you want to see all about their day and fantastic suppliers 👏🏻
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Built in 1200 AD In 2003, Saltford Manor was the winner of a contest sponsored by Country Life to find the "oldest continuously inhabited house in Britain". There were hundreds of entrants, many eliminated because they had been built as ecclesiastical buildings and only become available in the housing market after Henry VIII dissolved the monasteries. Other very old dwellings were eliminated because they are now used as shops or museums. After winning the contest, its resident at the time James Wynn, wrote a history book about the manor entitled The House That Jack Built: The Story of the Oldest Inhabited House in Britain. The book described his love for the site and how he restored it to its current state in 1997.
In 2008 Saltford Manor was put up for saleand eventually was sold, on 27 August, 2010 for £1,275,000.