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Llanerchaeron, Ceredigion (Accredited Museum)
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This is one of the original cheese presses that has survived at the property. Like all estates, Llanerchaeron was self-sufficient. The Service Courtyard is on the whole unaltered since its construction in the 18th century. The Diary, Bakehouse, Brewery and various Larders still survive.
Cheese press. A large wooden cheese press with pebble weights.
An item from the Llanerchaeron collection left to the National Trust in the will of John Powell Ponsonby Lewes in 1989.