A Piece of Britain - award winning heritage by Hazle Ceramics
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One of five Windsor models, issued as the Royal Regalia centrepiece for the five-part Jubilee Parade in 2002. Marilyn lived here for five years and met Chris in this town, where Hazle and Stephen had their first date!

Thames Street runs alongside the wall of Windsor Castle’s Lower Ward. Nos 20 & 21 are opposite the Curfew Tower. 

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 This pair of narrow buildings from the 1700s “fold” where they meet. No 21 on the right has Flemish Bond brickwork and No 20 has irregular bond. The only horizontal lines remaining are in the replacement windows.

Hazle Ceramics
Building Society
Limited Painting of 30
on Windsor Thames Street


Summer dining in Church Street. Ye Olde King's Head is far right, beside Nell Gwynn's House. Both are Hazle models. 

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Building Societies
The first building society was formed in 1774 as a mutual savings group; most dissolved when all members owned a house. During the 1800s they became permanent societies in every town. In the 1900s many merged and from the 1980s they could offer banking as well as mortgages. Some then “demutualised” to become limited companies like banks.

 Part of the Long Walk in Windsor Great Park. Views such as this and the proximity to London make property here expensive.

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