It came complete with some grade one listed old people:
It also had some stained glass that were thought to have come from Guildford Friary, on the site of which is now a shopping centre and in between there was a sizeable brewery there for a century or so.
Then it was on to Shalford Mill
Last working in 1914, in some ways it reminded me of the Hook Norton brewery which I'd been to earlier in the week.
Particularly the milll stones, though some of the cogs at Hook Norton were wooden too.
We got to have a peek at the "secret" head quarters of the mysterious Ferguson's Gang but couldn't actually go in the room as the building insurance didn't extend to that room.
The it was time for some liquid heritage, so we called in at the White House. ESB was the order of the day, and it seems chalices are out and tankards are in.