Redruth is a Cornish town which was once a prosperous centre of the tin-mining industry. It does however also have medieval remains.
Cornwall (like other areas of the UK with a Celtic heritage) is well served by holy wells and springs, with water to reputedly heal and cure illne
Aylesford, the Friars. The Carmelite Order was established here in 1242.
This photograph dates from after 1918, when the German field gun was placed outide the lych gate as a memorial to Sergeant Thomas Harris, VC, who w
Aylesford, St Peter and St Paul's Church.
Burford parish church, its elegant 15th-century spire visible for miles around, is the town’s earliest and largest communal building. In both size
A vicarage house stood on part of this site from the Middle Ages, and a surviving medieval range at the rear may be part of it.
The Hungerfords were one of the largest West Country magnate families. Their family seat was Farleigh Hungerford in Somerset near Trowbridge.
The analysis of medieval towns relies on the fact that the property boundaries which define urban house-plots (burgages) are very unlikely to chang
St Mary's Church