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Manor house is one of the oldest houses in Buckingham. It was built in the Tudor Times, 500 years ago.
The gaps between the wooden timbers are filled with wattle and daub. Wattle is sticks woven together into panels. Daub is a mix of sand, clay and dung (animal poo!).
Can you see the pink baby painted on the front? His name is St Rumbold, a famous Buckingham saint.
The house next door is called the Twisted Chimney house. When you look up you can see why! The chimney of the house is made of red bricks which were twisted in half when they were being made.
Answer the question to reveal the next location:
What is daub made of?
- Clay and water
- Dung (animal poo!), sand and clay
- Stones, sand and dung
Hint: It’s smelly!