Little Moreton Hall, Cheshire. The name Moreton probably derives from the Old English mor meaning "marshland" and tune, meaning "farm", thus literally "a farm at a marsh". Little Moreton Hall first appears in the historical record in but the prese
See Where The Prince Was Crowned: Caernarfon Castle Almost years old, this is one of Wales’ most impressive castles and protected by UNESCO. It was even used as the Royal venue for the investiture of Prince Charles as “The Prince of Wales” in
Leeds Castle, Kent, built in 1119 by Robert de Crevecoeur as a Norman stronghold, descended through the de Crevecoeur family until the In the castle became the property of King Edward I and a gloriette with apartments for the king and queen was added.
St Dunstan-in-the-East was a Church of England parish church on St Dunstans Hill, half way between London Bridge and the Tower of London in the City of London. The church was largely destroyed in the Second World and the ruins are now a public garden.