the To The Manor Born International Appreciation Society's Web Site.
This site has been set up to serve the devotees of the classic BBC television
series, starring Penelope Keith with Peter Bowles and Angela Thorne.
Written by Peter Spence it has become one of the great, all time classic,
British comedy series.
site is under construction and the editors would like to hear from all
fans of the series as to what they would like on these pages. Whilst the
objective is to produce a quality site for the fans of TTMB, it is envisaged
that input can come from any source. So let us have any stories,
comments, articles on your favourite episode, in fact anything relating
to TTMB. Currently the plans include a FREE registration page. Information
at the moment is posted in Mrs. Pattersons Village
Shop window where items "Wanted" or "for Sale" may be advertised free
of charge. The 'Marlbury Echo' for
the posting of submitted articles and current news. Mrs.
Beechams cook book for all your favourite country recipes, and 'The
County Library' page where fans can go to obtain information on all
things TTMB. Naturally there is also a brief episode guide including
'cuttings' which can be found on the Episode
List pages. A full listing of the cast for both the TV and Radio series
are available on 'Cast List'.
Set in the heart
of the English countryside, Grantleigh Manor is the focal point of Audrey
fforbes-Hamiltons life, but when she is forced to sell following the death
of her husband Marton, her life changes forever.
If you still
want to know more about 'to The Manor Born' or social grace's then the
'Ask Brabinger' page may be just what you
are looking for.
Whilst the editors
accept that there currently exist a number of sites purporting to give
out information on the series, they are only prepared to recognize the
sterling work of John Eue. Link to this web site on the following address:
BRABINGER on :-
OLD NED on :-
site is to be interactive with constant updates from submitted material.
To send in
articles, ask questions or just for a chat then contact either:-
||Well It looks as if we have
won a Britcoms award with this web site, and I must say that all of us
at the Manor are deeply honoured. Thank you to all the nice people at BRITCOMS.COM
in this logo to get access to other British Comedy Web Sites.
This Web Site is
produced and maintained by a dedicated group of enthusiasts who share a
common interest and is a non-profit making venture.
At all times the
copyrights of the BBC, Peter Spence and authors of any articles referred
to on these pages are fully recognized.
on this site is for information only
Issued 11 March 1999