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Gl(as)s seen on screen

Buckinghamshire’s Domesday village of Cuddington, once famed for its medicinal spring, is better known now as the domicile of the Dimbleby dynasty or as the backdrop for Midsomer Murders’ DCI John Barnaby. It also has a babbling brook, whose charms are fully availed of at Cuddington Mill, where it’s bridged by a new extension to the millhouse. IQ Glass helped create a bold double glazed, double height space connecting old and new. Troubled waters? Only on TV, dear.


 

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