3 edition of The story of The Buttercross. found in the catalog.
The story of The Buttercross.
Written by Ann Malpas et al.
|Contributions||Malpas, Ann., Leominster History Study Group.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||68|
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Butter Cross is a Grade I listed building in Bungay, Suffolk, England. See why it was listed, view it on a map, see visitor comments and photos and share your own comments and photos of this building. This well presented family home is located off Wolfit Avenue and is in the catchment area for Chuter Ede Primary School. The property consists of a generous lounge, 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, a utility room and a dining area. To the rear there is a generous low maintenance garden. Small fury friends are considered.
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Nikolaus Pevsner, (Buildings of England, Lincolnshire), suggests that the Buttercross was built in 14th century. Graham Platts in “Land and People in Medieval Lincolnshire” (History of ) records a Charter was granted to John Beck in to hold a Market on Monday and a three day faira Charter to.
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The Buttercross. Situation At the junction of High Street and Corn Street, Witney. History Standing at the heart of Witney the Buttercross was probably originally a simple market cross, although different local traditions suggest that it also may have been the spot on which stood an ancient preaching cross, a shrine, or a statue of the Virgin Mary .
Something like this: the story is told time and time again of a curse which was placed on the Buttercross in the middle ages by a witch who was held there before being burnt at the stake.
Effectual from the moment that a person’s behind comes into contact with the statue, the curse compels the unwary sitter to return time and again to the city. Of the four large figures, three are relatively new. According to records at The Historic Resources Centre the figures are representations of William of Wykeham, Lawrence de Anne (An early Mayor of Winchester), Aelfred the Great, and the oldest statue (Facing the nearby building) is.
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A buttercross, also known as butter cross, is a type of market cross associated with English market towns and dating from medieval times. Its name originates from the fact that they were located at the market place, where people from neighbouring villages would gather to.
One of my favorite kinds of non-fiction book to read is the book that explores the history of a particular thing: from clothes to chairs, customs to countries.
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Our eighteen years of experience in [ ]. Winchester is a cathedral city and the county town of Hampshire, city is at the heart of the wider City of Winchester, a local government district, at the western end of the South Downs National Park, on the River Itchen.
It is 60 miles (97 km) south-west of London and 14 miles (23 km) from Southampton, the closest other the Census, Winchester had a population of 45, Ludlow Museum at the Buttercross has received funding to help it reach an online audience. Museum bosses said they were delighted. It has been awarded a.
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Work to repair Ludlow's grade I-listed Buttercross building has been completed after it was damaged by a lorry. Repair work has been completed at The Buttercross in.
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FREE ENTRY FOR UP TO SIX CHILDREN Free entry for up to six children.Witney History. The market town of Witney is the largest town in West Oxfordshire and is situated where the A40 trunk road crosses the River Windrush.
Witney was first recorded in ADthough there is evidence of both Iron Age and Roman settlements in the area. In Queen Emma granted the Bishops of Winchester an estate in Witney and the ownership of the estate is confirmed in the.All Sunday rides meet at for a departure.
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