Arties Mill & Lodge
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... used as a prison for the Roundheads, who when they won blew up the main curtain wall. On our way out of Middleham we passed a sign to a chocolate factory, so a quick diversion! We arrived at Nats in Lincoln loaded with cheese and butter from Wensleydale, chocolate from Middleham, and mead and elderberry wine from Lindisfarne. Oh and some Yorkshire ...
... and headed off into traffic. Found Stickley residence without incident, lots of traffic near the on ramp of the motorway but managed that ok. Made very welcome from the get go, relaxed and cooled down and then Janet brought out some pastries to have with beer (David) and my rhubarb and ginger juice which was so refreshing. Met their two daschunds, Frank and Roly . A year old and very sweet. Steve's niece Anna, and her NZ husband Phil joined us for a bbq ...
... accepted our NZ card even though it was English heritage. Not sure if we would have gone in else. However you climb 50 very steep steps up to the entrance with no prices outlined before you begin the ascent, so I guess you would think twice about descending with nothing to show for it(except a fatter wallet I guess). Great views from there and interesting bits of history. Went from there to have a quick look at the Ouse ...
... 17th century. The Doddington tapestries are now considered rare
The painting in #31 is of Sir Francis Blake Delaval KB (16 March 1727 – 7 August 1771) who was a British actor, soldier and Member of Parliament.
He was the eldest son of Captain Francis Blake Delaval RN of Seaton Delaval Hall, and succeeded to the estate in 1752. The Delavals gained their reputation for fun-loving and ...
Wrawby Postmill is a windmill in the unitary authority of North Lincolnshire, England, at Wrawby near Brigg. It was built between 1760 and 1790 to serve the Elsham Hall estate. The mill originally had four common sails, but through most of its working life had the ...