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Book sheds light on life at Sandringham

The royal family took up residence at Sandringham 150 years ago Photo: King's Lynn and West Norfolk Borough Council

Set in 20,000 acres of wood and farmland the estate houses seven villages. It also incorporates a sawmill, fruitfarm and public gardens and of course the Royal Stud.

Sandringham came into royal family hands in 1862, bought for a quarter of a million pounds for Albert Edward, the Prince of Wales to keep him out of trouble. He moved in with his wife, Alexandra, a year later.

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