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The Tower Bank Arms can be seen in The Tale of Jemima Puddleduck.

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The Garden at Little Ees Wyke by Beatrix Potter, 1900

  • Dorene Clayton

    All of your boards are amazing! What a joy to me that you have shared so many of my favorite things! Thank you sooo much! :) :)

In 1909 Beatrix bought Castle Cottage, opposite Hill Top, which became her home after she married William Heelis

Beatrix Potter and solicitor William Heelis on their wedding day (14 Oct. 1913)

Pictures of Beatrix Potter

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  • Maria Morgan

    Poet! Omg my phone is driving me crazy! Lol :)

  • Jude Radley

    lol It's ok, I understood what you meant x

  • Maria Morgan

    :) yes tru to get it. Probably have to order it ofc Internet or ask hmv to order it or keep an eye out in car boots and charity shops. Its really good

  • Jude Radley

    I have just ordered a copy on EBay :) Thank you for the suggestion x

  • Maria Morgan

    Ooh let me know about this x

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A Path near Sidmouth, watercolour by Beatrix Potter

The illustrations for the Appley Dapply rhyme were completed in 1891 when Beatrix was twenty-five.

Portrait of Beatrix Potter in her early 70s by Delmar Banner

Beatrix Potter and Kep, 1915

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Original illustration for The Tale of Two Bad Mice

Beatrix Potter: Nature's Lessons - Victoria and Albert Museum

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"Now my dears," said old Mrs. Rabbit one morning, "you may go into the fields or down the lane, but don't go into Mr. McGregor's garden"...

Beatrix Potter died on 22 December 1943 and left almost all of her property to the National Trust.

PETER RABBIT AT THE V&A – BEATRIX POTTER « The Anglophile

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