Monthly Archives: November 2016

Warner Tea Party

Yesterday we had a tea party at Vestry House Museum for current and former Warner residents. It was incredibly busy! The longest resident had lived in a Warner property for over 80 years, and the newest for only 8 months. One woman had come all the way up from Petersfield and brought an article from the Waltham Forest Guardian, from 1964 – it was the story of Mr Norswothy, her uncle, who was on his way to pay the weekly rent money collected from tenants into the bank. He was accompanied by a driver and a bodyguard. On the way they were […]