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I love this village and wandering through the churchyard led to the bede house. Well worth a visit as very informative about the almshouses. Sat nav takes vehicles up someone's drive so be aware. No c... more »
Former Palace of the Bishop of Lincoln, after the Reformation, the ownership passed to the Cecil family. By 1600 William Cecil had it converted Into an almshouse for 12 poor Bedesmen + 2 poor bedeswom... more »
We were very interested by both the history and the setting of this property. Also, the gentleman who manned the shop and entrance was extremely knowledgeable and spent a good 10 - 15 minutes telling ... more »
A very interesting place to walk round and to spend a couple of hours ...
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