Back where it belongs

Back where it belongs.. In the depths of lockdown last year, I received an email from Dr David Bostwick, a respected cultural historian with connections to Bishops’ House going back a long way.  He mentioned a friend of his who would like to meet to discuss something that would be ‘of interest’.  David brought his […]

A short history of the area

Bishops’ House was built in 1554, during the short but turbulent reign of Mary Tudor (1553 to 1558) and appears to be the last surviving building from that era in the tiny village of Norton Lees. Norton Lees was a village in the parish of Norton which included a large part of what is now […]

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