911 Porsche World - - The Way We Were -

Set in acres of beau­ti­ful grounds, just off the A4074* Ox­ford road, Mapledurham House is a Tourism South East award win­ner of­ten seen in TV'S Mid­somer Mur­ders. In­deed, Mapledurham’s wa­ter­mill was used as a lo­ca­tion in Michael Caine's 1976 film The Ea­gle Has Landed, and fea­tures on the cover of Black Sab­bath's 1970 de­but al­bum. The wa­ter­mill is the only op­er­a­tional mill on the Thames, the flour it pro­duces be­ing used to make the scones for Mapledurham's own tea room, which will be open on the day of the Pic­nic. Freshly made to or­der sand­wiches and home­made soup will also be avail­able. Also open to the pub­lic on the day are the main house and wa­ter­mill (from 2pm), vis­i­tors to the Pic­nic be­ing of­fered a £3.50 dis­count on the usual £9.50 ad­mis­sion. For fur­ther de­tails on Mapledurham House, go to: *Turn at the brown Mapledurham House sign op­po­site The Pack Sad­dle pub, Mapledurham. Please note that the en­try road is very nar­row.

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