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RE: blakesley hall

 by Sheldonboy , Mon Jun 28, 2010 5:35 am

We used to dodge in and out of those posts to make that sensor click, some days they must have thought that they were really busy.
Blakesley Hall is a fine place to visit these days with excellent Tea Rooms and facilities. Yardley Village and its 900 year old church are also well worth a look just five minutes walk away. I bet most local people have never taken the tour. Did you know that the Parish of yardley was once owned by Catherine of Arragon. SB


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