Great Cornard

Subject: Business and Industry

Gallery: Up to 1970

Catalogue ref: pa967

Llamas now graze in a field in Great Cornard, Some time back from WWII into 1950s angora rabbits were being raised by P Stacey Arnold and his wife Gladys and their fur used to make a range of garments for sale.See also pa968 and 986. Their rabbit farm was in Head Lane – many local women worked as their outworkers knotting the scarves, cardigans, mittens etc which were made from the fur.