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Welcome to The Bell Hotel Bar and Restaurant.The Bell Inn at Woburn is a delightful English Country Public House, Restaurant and Hotel which has recently been the subject of much rebuilding work to restore it to its former beauty. The building housing the Pub and Restaurant dates back to the … more >>
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His tomb described him as 'the hammer of the Scots'
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"In Sibthorpe Ospak had 2 1/2 bovates of land to the geld. There is land for 1 plough. Count Alan has it. Fredigis holds it of him, and there is 1 plough and 4 sokemen on 1 bovate of land and 2 bordars having 1 plough. There is a priest and a church to which the fourth part of the land belongs. There are 10 acres of meadow. In the time of King Edward worth 20s, now 12s."
Dunwich Greyfriars- Dunwich, Suffolk, England
The rather scanty remains of 13th century Greyfriars Priory stand on the slope of a hill overlooking the vanished port of this once bustling town. Now little more than a small village, Dunwich was once a busy shipping centre, one of the busiest ports in the east of England. At one time there were at least 15 churches and other religious establishments at Dunwich, of which Greyfriars was but one. ... more