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“Lovely little cottage with a key role in suffrage and equality”
May 25, 2017
“A hidden beauty ”
This red-brick cottage remains largely unchanged since it was first occupied by early Chartists. The Victoria era was a time of remarkable British political change, which is brought back to life at Rosedene. An organic garden and orchard, full of...more
Went here as part of a day meeting. Once one of 41 similar cottages each standing within four acres of land; this was built as part of a scheme by the Chartist Movement to circumvent the law on who could vote, which required people to...More
As has been said, you have to arrange a visit to Rosedene through Hanbury Hall since reservations are required. There is not an awful lot to see actually in the house but the history of the Chartist movement is explained during the tour and the...More
Visits are by prior appointment only. Book via Hanbury admin staff. Well worth a visit...the couple who gave us a guided tour were most informative and made it very interesting even for our daughter. Cannot believe this took us so long to visit as it...More
This little house represents a very interesting period of 19th century history - which isn't very well presented to visitors. The context requires a lot of questions to get straight. It is, however, important that it should survive.
A "one off" property owned by the National Trust. It is a single cottage and is OPEN ONLY ON THE FIORST SUNDAY OF THE MONTH AND BY APPOINTMENT. The guided tour was interesting and highlighted the Chartist movement and it's attempt to gain the right...More