The White Swan Hotel
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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... the Waltons are likely to have attended was originally called Knaresborough Rural Grammar School, then it became Knaresborough Modern Grammar School and now it is called King James Grammar School. Next year, the school will celebrate, wait for it ..... 400 years!!!!!! I didn't get to even see the school - next time :-) The story goes that King James Grammar wanted to acquire the Knaresborough cricket club grounds, which ...
... 45 years
ago. Denise really went out of her way to see if she could locate someone who might have a photo or be able to tell me about the house - she really was great!! Cathy's daughter, Michelle, came over and said how scared she was to come into the property - her friends would sneak over and steal apples from the tree, but not her!! There were stories about it being haunted - she wouldn't have a bar of it!! Denise contacted Peter in Leeds by phone, who was ...
... s 2 sons and she had some great suggestions of places for me to go tomorrow to check out - she gave great directions for me to find an existing ex-Walton home and the Castle Mill, so we'll see how it goes tomorrow. Roger delighted me with a gift of a gorgeous blue cotton throw - how did he know it was my colour??!! And I have a couple of catalogues - they're going on-line shortly and are expecting orders from us!!
The outcome of today is that, as expected, ...
... century by Cistertian monks, it was the centre of cheese-making until closed and mostly demolished by Henry the eighth. In the afternoon we drove across Wensleydale to visit the Wensleydale creamery, where Yorkshire Wensleydale cheese is made now. We sat through a demonstration of cheese-making, then bought a whole bagful of cheese in the shop. Andy is going to be very ...
... 10 officers and men from the Royal Observer Corps who were supported by over 60 volunteers who lived in the surrounding area and their role was to race to the bunker within four minutes of an alarm being raised and then spend the next month monitoring and reporting on any nuclear detonations throughout England to measure the spread of nuclear fallout. At the end of the Cold War the station was closed down. During the tour we were shown ...