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Thursday, 27 August 2015

The Mad Hatter - Winchcombe

It is believed that the idea for the Mad Hatter came from the Hatter gargoyle, on a hight without flight but by the looks fright, especially if seen at night from the grounds of St Peters church in Winchcombe.

In Lewis Carroll's day apparently there were a number of Hatters in the area, mercury was used in the production of hats, which in time would leave the older hatters a little light headed.

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