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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A traditional village inn set in leafy grounds with easy access to local attractions and neighbouring business parks. The Crown Inn is Grade 1 listed 15th Century building, fully restored yet still retaining many original features. Brimming with history, the inn boasts visits from scores of glamorous stars of the … more >>
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"The same man [Roger] holds Delabole. Leofwine held it in the time of King Edward and it paid geld for 2 ferdings. There is 1 hide. There is land for 4 ploughs. There is 1 plough with 1 slave and 1 villan and 3 bordars, and 1 acre of meadow and 40 acres of pasture. Formerly 20s; now it is worth 10s."
North Huish, St Mary's Church- North Huish, Devon, England
On the southern frnge of Dartmoor, North Huish church is a mainly 15th century building in Decorated style. Though the interior was rebuilt during the Victorian period, the west tower and spire are essentially unaltered from their medieval state. ... more