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Nationwide VCCP Creative Agency Typographic History Poster Gift

Nationwide VCCP Creative Agency Typographic History Poster Gift

Nationwide created a new television commerial and they searched thier history the house their first mortgage request approved was on.
VCCO creative agency then hired a historian to find out all of the beautiful information about that property and they offered the winner  a chance to have the historian find out all the amazing things about their home and also in turn offer them a bespoke illustration of their home with all of the amazing facts and stories around the illustration of their house in a hand drawn typographic illustration.

20th Century In 1922, Halesend house becomes home to Colonel Samuel Herbert Enderby of Northumberland Fusiliers. The next recorded occupant was during the Second World War, Sir Bertine Sutton. A pilot that was awarded a Military Cross flying during the third battle of Ypres, and also the Distinguished Service Order for ‘conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty’. Post-war & Motoring In the early 1950s, Halesend becomes home to Leonard Percy Lord – the man behind the famous ‘Mini’ and ‘Morris Minor’

Halesend Transformed In 2003 the house was for sale again, to be sold as either one large, 500 acre lot, or divided into eight smaller lots. In the end, the Halesend House separated from the farm buildings, as well as areas of farmland and woodlands, cottages, and shooting rights. In September 2003, the property now known as Woods End Barn was sold to Ronald and Nicolette Cottam as part of the purchase of the farm buildings of Halesend. In August 2015 the Nicholas family purchased Woods End Barn and made it their home.

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