Hungate Medieval Art is a fascinating exhibition centre for medieval stained glass, based in the beautiful surroundings of St Peter Hungate church in the old centre of Norwich. St Peter's is a lovely 15th century parish church no longer used for regular worship. It has been transformed into a venue for displaying the superb heritage of medieval stained glass from Norfolk's historic churches.
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A warm and friendly welcome within this historic 340 year old listed Grade II Thatched Cottage Hotel Bar and Restaurant. A Charming historic 340 year old thatched cottage inn with bar restaurant large accommodation rooms and function facilities.From the moment you walk in to the Thatched Cottage you are welcomed … more >>
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"The king holds Helston. There are 6 1/2 hides, of which only 2 hides paid geld in the time of King Edward. There is land for 40 ploughs. Of this, 1 hide is in demesne, and there are 3 ploughs and 23 slaves; and 30 villans and 40 tenants paying ale rent and 20 bordars with 17 ploughs. There are 4 acres of meadow, pasture 5 leagues long and 3 leagues broad, woodland 1 league long and half a league broad. It renders £8 weighed and assayed."
Milton Mausoleum- Milton, Nottinghamshire, England
This striking early Victorian building was built over the years 1824-1833 by Sir Robert Smirke for Henry, the 4th Duke of Newcastle as a monument to his wife. The east end and transepts were intended to serve as a mausoleum for the Duke and his family. ... more