Maps- Interesting town information.

Alcester, Warwickshire
Information, history and fun facts about Alcester in Warwickshire

Adlestrop & Daylesford, Gloucestershire
Interesting stories, history and facts that link to my hand drawn map.

Bibury, Gloucestershire
History and interesting facts about Bibury, Gloucestershire.

Berkeley, Gloucestershire
Berkeley in Gloucestershire. History and facts linked to @Katies_maps

Bath, Somerset
Bath - Spa town, famed for it's Georgian architecture and for being a World Heritage Site. Acorns - Stone acorns decorate the parapet of the Circus. There is also a frieze of 528 carvings taken from a 17th century fortune telling book . Uranus -William Herschel (1738-1822), discovered Uranus, from the house where the Museum is now. . Pulteney Bridge - Designed by Robert Adam 1769 Broad Street- Broad looms with cloth sold by monks. Northumberland Place - 'The Coeur de Lion' Baths smallest pub....

Fairford , Gloucestershire
Information linked to my hand drawn map. Park - Ernest Cook Trust took over the Estate in the 1950.s. Ernest Cook bequeathed his estates to form a UK educational charity, teaching a love and respect of the countryside through using outdoor experiences. Dove -Dovecote in Park street Ox -Oxpens. Used by pairs of oxen for ploughing. Community Centre- Farmor's School, originally Fairford Free School opened in 1738. The Bull - Old coaching inn Retort House - original site of the fairford Gas and...

Guiting Power, Gloucestershire
Information linked to my hand drawn map ⦁ Royal estate under Edward The Confessor, the seat of his sheriff Aldwyn. ⦁ Late Anglo-Saxon settlement on the site of the present village alongside the bank of the Gyting Broc (the Guiting Brook ), the upper reaches of the River Windrush. ⦁ The name Guiting is believed to derive from the Anglo-Saxon word getinge, meaning rushing, which may refer to the Windrush River, while the name Power comes from medieval lords of the manor called Le Poer. ⦁...

Malmesbury - Map and History
Tomb of King Athelstan- First King of England, died in 939. Book- William of Malmesbury (Latin: Willelmus Malmesbiriensis; c.1095 – c.1143) was an English historian.He spent his whole life in England and his adult life as a monk at Malmesbury Abbey in Wiltshire, England. He wrote Gesta Regum Anglorum, The chronicle of the Kings of England. 12thC Abbey- In AD 603 there was a nunnery on the site. Founded in 675 by Maildubh an Irishman. Scheduled Ancient monument. Daniels Well- footpath by 18...

Slad, Map and Information about Slad.
List of things to look for on Katie's Illustrated Map. History of Slad

Bath - Avon
llustrated map of Bath by KBMorgan

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