Historic privy saved for posterity

Prebendal Manor House, Nassington.

Prebendal Manor House, Nassington. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

This story about the restoration of a dilapidated 19th century ‘two holer’ privy in the garden of Prebendal Manor House, a Grade I listed building near Peterborough, caught our eye. The outdoor lav at the historic house in Nassington is the museum’s latest visitor attraction following a two-month overhaul.

If any Drain Doctor technicians out there have worked on an old outhouse or a clapped out (Thomas) Crapper we would be delighted to hear from you.


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