An attractive 13th century town church on one side of the old Saxon market place of Norwich, directly opposite the Cathedral gates. Highlights include a 13th century Purbeck marble font, 17th and 18th century memorials, a wonderful Georgian reredos, and a 17th century pulpit.
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This intimate and historic hotel is 2 miles from Canterbury and close to Dover, Ashford and the Eurostar. There are 15 bedrooms, some of which date back to the 1640s. A small part of the building is thought to date back to around 1350. Enjoy freshly cooked French-style cuisine in … more >>
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"The port of Falmouth owes its existence to Sir John Killigrew, a local landowner and governor of Pendennis Castle, at the mouth of the Fal Estuary. In 1613 Sir John was granted permission by King James I to establish a town on land that bordered his own. The Killigrew family encouraged settlement at the new town of Falmouth, and within 40 years the town had grown so much that it was granted a customs house and a market."
Killerton Chapel- Budlake, Devon, England
Built by the Acland family of Killerton House as a private chapel to a collegiate design. Designed by C. R. Cockerell to emulate the Chapel of Joseph of Arimathea at Glastonbury Abbey. Beautiful oak furnishings and Victorian stained glass. ... more