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Guidebook: Lyddington Bede House

Guidebook: Lyddington Bede House

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Overview

The surviving building was a wing of a medieval rural palace of the Bishops of Lincoln. The estate included fishponds and a deer park. In 1600 this building became an almshouse for 12 poor men, two women and a warden. Homes for pensioners were provided for over 300 years.

You can see the bedemen's rooms, which though small each had a window and fireplace, and, on the first floor, the great chamber with a fine timber cornice to the ceiling.

Key Features:

  • 18 pages
  • Paperback
  • Published in 2013 (revised reprint)


Size: Approx. 148 mm (w) x 210 mm (h)
Author: Charmian Woodfield
Author 2: Paul Woodfield
ISBN: 9781850741831

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