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The name is Sneaton Castle named for the parish and village of Sneaton.
Andrea D, 2 October 2015
The core fabric of this group of cottages is somewhat older than the description implies. The cottages Oak Tree, Beech Tree, and Walnut Tree were created from the buildings that were Stowford Farm and its dairy. Within the rear of Oak Tree Cottage is a beamed wall that extends into [...]
Miles Phillips, 1 October 2015
I too was there during the sixty's and yes remember the walks along the beach and the strict head. The gardens where beautiful and I played there whenever I was allowed. There was an old B&w TV and we was allowed to watch if we was good or only [...]
Terry Hicks, 29 September 2015
Still in an excellent state of preservation, with original tiled floors in the main hall of the building. This building was built by Ellis Brothers who owned the nearby Victoria Mills. It was bought by Ossett Town Council during the reign of Edward VII to use as a fever hospital [...]
Neville Ashby, 28 September 2015
I have often wondered over the years what is to be done with this very important and historic local building. It is currently hidden behind trees and bushes whose roots may one day cause damage to the building. Such a shame that a local jewel of a building appears from [...]
Neville Ashby, 28 September 2015
Hi All Very kind thanks to Gillian Buckmaster who has solved the Buckmaster/Linney connection.
Val Callaghan, 28 September 2015
Robert Oke (born Sherborne, Dorset, 1740-1810) and his wife Mary (born & died in Broadmayne 1748-1826), together with their son Lt.-Col. John Oke, are buried in a table tomb in Broadmayne churchyard and in a separate table tomb their daughter Elizabeth Whitehead Oke and her husband the Reverend Thomas Hobson [...]
, 27 September 2015
I have also been curious about the name, but cannot find any information. My grandfather and father lived in Tooting.
Sheila Lawrence nee Diprose, 27 September 2015
Philip I can answer your question if you e-mail me
Jeremy Clark, 24 September 2015
Who now owns this building and/or is responsible for its upkeep. It is becoming an eyesore
Patrick, 23 September 2015
My parents were married here on 26th August 1944.
Rich, 23 September 2015
In April 1949 my late mother, then Staff Nurse Monica Hildyard was appointed to Denzell from Altrincham General. I have several photos of her in the grounds at Denzell and also a couple of the Matron of the time. Unfortunately there is no name for this lady but I expect [...]
Jane Jennings, 21 September 2015