Peckover House was built at a very good time...In rediscovering Georgian Peckover and the bustling, prosperous town of eighteenth century Wisbech, old maps, books and letters have played their part. The town that is revealed brings a great many surprises, as well as feeling comfortably familiar. Wisbech, with its role in a fast developing Britain, has told many of its secrets. Not all though; there will always be mysteries, making it all the more fascinating. Diane Calton Smith has always lived in and around Fenland. Over the years, she has written poetry, articles and short stories based on the landscape she loves. As part of her work with the National Trust she has carried out considerable research and set up several exhibitions, exploring the history of Peckover House, Wisbech and Fenland. Although she loves to travel around England and abroad, home is and probably always will be, Fenland.
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