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Leisure Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 82 pictures in our Leisure collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Babbacombe Model Village Featured Print

Babbacombe Model Village

Gardener Robert Gagie re-positions the players for a game of cricket on the green at the Babbacombe Model Village near Torquay in Devon. The village began as a representation of the quintessential English countryside at its most beautiful 40 years ago. Since then the project has grown and now features an extensive range of buildings, working watermills, Georgian towns, tudor houses and classic Devon thatched villages and farms along with working railways, streams, waterfalls and an ornamental Lake stocked with specimen Koi carp.

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Religion - Nuns playing snooker - Tyburn Convent Featured Print

Religion - Nuns playing snooker - Tyburn Convent

Mother General Xaxier shows off her snooker skills watched by Sister Mary John at the Tyburn Convent at Marble Arch. Nuns at Tyburn are organising a sponsored snooker contest to raise funds for the restoration of the convent's frontage which was damaged during the second world war.

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Chipping Campden : 1964 Featured Print

Chipping Campden : 1964

THE COTSWOLDS : 17th century Almshouses (c1620) in Chipping Campden, a Cotswold village in Gloucestershire. Like many Cotswold villages, Chipping Campden grew rich from the Mediaeval wool trade. The church in the distance was built from the proceeds. * In more recent times, the village attracted members of the Arts and Crafts movement.

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