Goat Lodge, Bagots Park, near Abbots Bromley

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Date:24th of February 1939

Description:The architect of this eccentric building was Thomas Trubshaw of Little Haywood. It was built in 1839 as an entrance lodge to Bagot's Park. It is decorated with goats' heads: the goat is the emblem of the Bagot family.

It was for many years the home of the naturalist and writer, Phil Drabble.

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Creators: Mr Alfred McCann - Creator

Donor ref:F.P.41.3973.76 (37/14907)

Source: Staffordshire Museum Service

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