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