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Pictures of Minster Lovell Hall - Image Detail

Ruined arches of the Hall

Minster Lovel Hall Photo Gallery
Minster Lovell Hall
Minster Lovel Village



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British History Quiz

This Chancellor of England was named Archbishop of Canterbury by Richard II, who then banished him. He returned when Henry IV deposed Richard.


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23 March, 1743

First English performance of Handel's Messiah

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This king was beheaded at Whitehall on 30 January, 1649



Hook Norton Barn

Hook Norton
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A luxurious barn conversion, 1 mile from the village of Hook Norton, sleeping two people. more >>
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Appleyard Cottage

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Appleyard Cottage is a cosy, tranquil cottage located in the pretty village of Stonesfield, just five miles north of Woodstock, home to the beautiful Blenheim … more >>
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Oxford (Hotel)

Macdonald The Randolph Hotel

The Randolph is an Oxford institution. Situated directly opposite the world-famous Ashmolean Museum in the heart of historic Oxford, the Randolph offers 5 star accommodation in over 150 rooms, each impeccably furnished. The Randolph is featured in the popular Inspector Morse series of detective novels, and this connection is recalled in the Morse Bar. Stay in an Oxford treasure, The Randolph Hotel. more >>

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Banbury (Hotel)

Mercure Whately Hall Hotel

Situated close to Banbury Cross itself, The Whately is set in its own beautiful gardens. The cast of Jane Austens Pride and Prejudice got into character easily during their stay here while filming the TV series in the surrounding area, taking inspiration from the stunning scenery all around. Hidden staircases, … more >>

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