The Cat House, Woolverstone, Suffolk
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The Cat House Woolverstone; Suffolk; Ipswich; Orwell; Estuary; Marina; Yachting; Boating; Architects; Grass; Greenhouse; Brick; Building; Folly; Legend; Cat; Smuggling; River; Customs; Folk Tale; Night; Illegal; Odd; Eccentric; Stuffed; Dead; White Cat; Taxidermy; 1793; 18th Century; Eighteenth; 1700s; Offices; Head Office; Company Office; Company; Home & Industry Contractors Ltd; Chartered Architect; Stephen Claydon; IPSV5265; IPSV2677; IPSV2678; IPSV2262; IPSV0576
The Cat House, Woolverstone, near Ipswich, Suffolk, is now offices for a firm of architects. The story is that, in the 18th century, a supporter of the smugglers on the river displayed his stuffed white cat in a window to let the smugglers know they were safe from Customs men.
Derek And Pam Metson
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