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"The Church of St Mary at Evesham holds Maugersbury, near Stow-on-the-Wold. There were 8 hides in the time of King Edward, and a ninth hide belongs to the Church of St Edward. King AEthelred gave it there quit. In demesne are 3 ploughs; and 12 villans and a free man and a priest having among them 7 ploughs. There are 6 slaves, and a mill rendering 8s and a certain amount of meadow. In the time of King Edward it was worth 100s, now £7."
Bressingham Steam and Gardens- Diss, Norfolk, England
Bressingham Steam Museum and Garden is the brainchild of gardener Allan Bloom, who created an unusual combination of historic railway and horticultural delight. There are five miles of narrow gauge railway track - and four different gauge tracks - at Bressingham, as well as the official 'Dad's Army' exhibition. ... more