A large 12th century church, rebuilt on a unique trapezoidal plan in the 13th and 14th centuries. There is a 14th century effigy of a knight in the Lady Chapel, and another, possibly earlier, canopied tomb in the churchyard. A fragment of a Saxon cross is built into the exterior wall.
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Explore Buckinghamshire and the Chilterns ... Hartwell House is a magnificent stately home standing in ninety acres of landscaped parkland and luscious gardens. It has forty-six bedrooms and suites and several elegant and spacious reception rooms with outstanding decorative ceilings and panelling, antique furniture and fine paintings. Hartwell House is … more >>
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"Glocester town lyes all along the bancks of the Severn and soe look'd like a very huge place being stretch'd out in length, its a low moist place therefore one must travel on Causseys which are in good repaire; I pass'd over a bridge where two armes of the river meetes where the tyde is very high ... there is a faire Market place and Hall for the assizes which happened just as we came there, soe had the worst Entertainment and noe accommodation but in a private house - things ought not to be deare here but Strangers are always imposed on ..."
Ayscoughfee Hall Museum & Gardens- Spalding, Lincolnshire, England
A Grade I-listed 15th century timber-framed house built for a wealthy wool merchant, Ayscoughfee Hall later served as a school, library, and government offices, before it became a museum for the South Holland district of Lincolnshire. ... more