Satchfield Hall brings to life the Great Britain of the 1940s, not only in the suffering of its soldiers, but in the struggle of a family and a land to survive their loss. It is in a time when women were very much considered second class citizens as Celia Bryant-Smythe soon learnt after the disgrace she brought to her family. Henry Bryant-Smythe, her father and the squire of Satchfield Hall, wealds his wealth and power and deals without compassion on what becomes known as ‘the situation’. It takes four decades before Celia can believe it is all over. In the end it took time, a belief in that good comes out of everything and a changing Britain as many women found themselves more empowered.
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