Headley Grange

Headley Grange, a former poorhouse in Headley, East Hampshire, England, is best known as a rehearsal and recording venue in the 1960s and 1970s for bands such as Led Zeppelin, Bad Company, Fleetwood Mac, Genesis, Peter Frampton, the Pretty Things, Ian Dury and Clover.
July 1974 I was taken to Headley Grange, a manor house in Hampshire in Tony Smith’s speedy Bentley where I took a series of both colour and black and white photographs on my Rolleiflex 6cm x 6cm format camera.
The original negatives have been scanned at the highest resolution. I have personally adjusted the images to produce the best quality images which are printed using archival quality inks.

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