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The Lee

The village is best known by its connection  with the Liberty family. Sir Arthur Liberty, as Lord of the Manor, did much to  improve the village at the turn of the century including new cottages, providing  fresh water, a village green, cricket pitch, football ground and village hall.  His descendants still live at The Lee and the entrance to their home is graced  by a two ton figurehead of Admiral Lord Howe taken from the Navy's last wooden  warship, HMS Impregnable. In 1921 the ship was broken up and used for the mock  Tudor extension to Liberty's store in London.