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Nice rubble house, long with brick segmental window-heads. Looks C19 but disposition suggests 3 rooms and through passage.

The Barle valley below Simonsbath in the heart of the former Royal Forest of Exmoor.

Although sources for Exmoor's medieval history are scarce compared with neighbouring areas there is some interesting material.

The fortuitous survival of two great surveys, Boldon Book, and Bishop Hatfield's survey, drawn up some two hundred years apart, has provided us wit

Some two hundred years after Boldon Book, the townships of Bishopwearmouth, Tunstall, Ryhope and Burdon, together with the borough of Sunderland, a

Frith Wood is a 75 hectare wood, owned and managed by the Forestry Commission.

Sheep were washed and shorn in June and the wool sorted for sale.

Domesday Book, the most famous record in England’s national archive, and one of the oldest, has been available in printed form since 1783.

Marlborough common exists at the heart of the settlement.

In the later 12th century the demesne of Amesbury manor included several pastures for cattle and in the early 13th century extensive several pastur

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