A windmill was stated to be "in ruins" in 1374 and another is mentioned in 1576. No windmill is shown on John Seller's map dated 1676 or Herman Moll's map dated 1700. Despite the omission from the latter map, tree-ring counts on its timbers show that the mill was built in 1681.
Danesbury Water Tower was once part of the Danesbury Park Estate and served the water to Danesbury House. The old water tower and its adjacent brick built barns lie derelict, yet today, offers the opportunity for someone to turn these old buildings into a fabulous country home.
Park gates open at 7:30am and close at 5:00pm each day. The Countryside Management Service (CMS), working in partnership with North Hertfordshire District Council (NHDC) who owns the park, have developed a five year Management Plan for Great Ashby Woodlands & District Park.
Knebworth is a village and civil parish in the north of Hertfordshire, England, immediately south of Stevenage.The civil parish covers an area between the villages of Datchworth, Woolmer Green, Codicote, Kimpton, Whitwell, St Paul's Walden and Langley, and encompasses the village of Knebworth, the small village of Old Knebworth and Knebworth House
By historic Knebworth House, Novotel Stevenage offers free parking and spacious rooms. The town centre is just 5 minutes away. On junction 7 of the A1(M), Novotel Stevenage has modern rooms with king-size beds. Elements restaurant offers a varied menu and 24-hour room service.
Town of Fountain, which also operates under the name Town Hall, is located in Fountain, North Carolina. This organization primarily operates in the City and Town Managers' Office business / industry within the Executive, Legislative & General Government, Except Finance sector.
Oughtonhead Common – Oughtonhead Common is a 17.4 hectare Local Nature Reserve in the Westmill district of Hitchin, Hertfordshire. It is owned and managed by North Hertfordshire District Council, the River Oughton flows along the edge of the site, which has a wide variety of habitats.
To St Pauls Walden Bury … to wander round one of England’s most romantic gardens. The oaks and ashes are joyfully green against an azure sky. Every plant is in improbable perfection; towering forest trees, magnolias in the infant innocence of pale flowers, rhododendrons of every hue, billowing white clouds of Siberian malus, ivory flowered dogwoods and wild service trees the size of oaks.
Tewin Orchard represents an almost extinct feature of the English countryside: that of small village orchards with varied and often local fruit trees. Today not only is the orchard good for apples and pears but many forms of wildlife. In autumn and winter the apples attract large numbers of redwings, fieldfares and blackbirds.
Hertfordshire is the location of Jack Worthing's country house in Oscar Wilde's play The Importance of Being Earnest. Jane Austen's novel Pride and Prejudice is primarily set in Hertfordshire. The location of Mr Jarndyce's Bleak House in Charles Dickens's Bleak House is near St Albans.
Hertford (/ ˈ h ɑːr t f ər d / HART-fərd, locally / ˈ h ɑːr f ər d / HAR-fərd) is the county town of Hertfordshire, England, and is also a civil parish in the East Hertfordshire district of the county. Forming a civil parish, the 2011 census put the population of Hertford at about 26,000.
Tunnel through time to the world of the Romans - with a visit to Welwyn Roman Baths. You can't take a hot bath any more - the boiler went out about 1,800 years ago when the Romans left! Tunnel through time to the world of the Romans - with a visit to Welwyn Roman Baths.