Entrance lodge, Heath House, Upper Tean

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Description:The south west entrance lodge for Heath House, built in a Tudor style around 1836.

Heath House was built for John Burton Philips in 1836 and was designed by Thomas Johnson of Lichfield. It is a large house of sandstone ashlar, built in a Tudor style. The Philips family owned the Tean Hall Mills and made their wealth through the manufacture of cotton tape.

Photograph by Alfred McCann of High Street, Uttoxeter.

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Creators: Mr Alfred McCann - Creator

Image courtesy of: Mrs G.S. McCann

Donor ref:P76.041.09914 (37/43033)

Source: Staffordshire Museum Service

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