A Minster was built here in the 10th-century to hold the remains of St.Werburgh, a Mercian princess who died in 707......(more)
These famous pikes rise loftily above the village of Langdale, whilst below visitors can savour the wild and desolate beauty of.....(more)
Rye Castle Museum, also known as 'Ypres Tower', in the beautiful maritime town of Rye, occupies a commanding position.....(more)
Gilling Castle rises above Gilling East in a fabulous setting between the Hambledon and Howardian Hills.
The house is.....(more)
2 miles north-west of the garden, the 50m high Tower stands on the spot where in 879AD the King raised his standard after.....(more)
Marble Arch was was designed by John Nash and purpose built in 1828 to be the grand entrance to Buckingham Palace. It is.....(more)
The Seal Sanctuary was set up in 1958 in the small village of St Agnes, in 1974 we moved to Gweek after we needed more space for.....(more)
St Mary of Furness was founded in 1123 by Stephen, later King of England...(more)
Handsome town house dating from 1380, with architectural features from various eras and walled riverside garden...(more)
These pictures are of the garden and lake of Trentham Gardens, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire.
This was the former home of the.....(more)
This attractive house was originally built for the Treasurer to York Minster, Radulphus was the first treasurer, he served from.....(more)
Take a step back in time at the old Tudor house in south Birmingham.
Selly Park Museum is set in the leafy area of Bournville.....(more)