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The architecture of the county of Suffolk is a mix of colour and character, with timber-frame and flint, pargetting and thatched roofs, moats and chimney stacks By Jenny Woolf Scattered around the flinty-grey churches of Suffolk, you will sometimes see groups of brightly-coloured cottages, for all the world like flowers growing about the stumps Author: Britain Magazine.
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Timber, mostly oak, was used ‘green’, unseasoned, keeping to that felled in the same year. The framework was assembled on the same site, before being disassembled and re-erected on the proper.
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