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"It's 21 feet long and it cost £21,000 in 1970 — all these windows are cut-glass, each one would cost thousands to replace. They always tell us, "Ooh, we've always wanted to look inside one, but would never have dared in real life.'"The public's nervousness towards gipsies is something that works both ways for the Boswells.
On the one hand, would-be burglars and troublemakers steer well clear — but at the same time, so do would-be visitors.
His wife, Mally (they met at the annual gipsy get-together during the York Races), still misses life on the move — but, for now at least, they and their children are settled in Spalding and helping to run the museum that Gordon's father (also called Gordon) set up in 1995, 100 years after the birth of his own father, Sylvester."Close-knit" hardly does justice to the tightness of the bond that links the Boswells and the four or five other Romany families in Britain with whom they are most closely associated.
A century ago, these were full of Boswells, plying their various trades round the hamlets of Britain: the women selling lace and clothes pegs door-to-door, the men grinding knives out on the village green or providing seasonal labour for the farmers come fruit-picking time.contains two ovens with eight hob rings, two kettles, two small fridges, a freezer, a microwave and an extensive range of kitchen utensils, plus crockery and cutlery for more than 20 people.