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Cluckingham Palace - the UK's Grandest Chicken Coop!

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England has a raft of stately houses, palaces, villas, etc and now there is one devoted to raising chickens, dubbed Cluckingham Palace, in the the West England village of English Bicknor - so if in the area pop into to see this curiosity!

http://dealbook.nytimes.com/2014/05/22/a-hedge-fund-highflier-comes-back-to-earth/?_php=true&_type=blogs&_r=0

Wiki: "English Bicknor is a village and civil parish in the Forest of Dean district of west Gloucestershire, England. According to the United Kingdom Census 2001 the population is 406. The village is close to the county border with Herefordshire, opposite which is the village of Welsh Bicknor. The two towns lie on different sides of the River Wye, which forms part of the national boundary between England and Wales, hence their respective epithets."

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