Set Mark 3’. These were the levels in Squire Rowland’s hierarchal trinity of social acceptability.
|The English Village - (detail) - Jago Stone (1986)|
met whilst on holiday in the Swiss resort of Kitzbuhel, his holiday destination come February each year. She had come back to England with Rowland and become for a short while a house guest at Leam Farm. Her attendance with Rowland that Sunday turned a few heads in this exclusively Caucasian village. Just as Rowland knew it would.
The English Village - (detail) - Jago Stone (1986)
Rowland, as an archetypical village squire, had to be, in Tony’s words, ‘quite a sportsman’. He owned and looked after the cricket pitch at Chipping Warden, a stone’s throw or two away from where thrived, for a time, a fashionable boutique whose owner was a lady called Tina Shrimpton. Tina’s part in Jago’s story defies invention. Let me explain.
|Chrissie Shrimpton and Mick Jagger in the early 1960s|
|Dukes of Hazzard recreated in Hellidon by Squire Rowland|