Visitors at Stoneywell
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Stoneywell cottage: First visitors to 'Victorian gem'

A 19th Century cottage recently bought by the National Trust has been opened to the public for the first time.

Stoneywell, in Ulverscroft, is considered to be a rare example from the Arts and Crafts Movement, which began in 1880.

It was designed by Leicester-born Ernest Gimson, who was a leading light of the movement.

James Roberson reports for East Midlands Today.

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