Published on March 12, 2014
A presentation on Historical Houses & Castles
Contents Page 1: Welcome Page 2: Newby Hall 3: Dunstanburgh Castle 4: Castle Howard 5: Bamburgh Castle 6: Lindisfarne Castle 7: Thank You Page
Welcome Page Welcome to my powerpoint on Castles and Houses. I am pleased to tell you about them because I have visited them all. Some are next to the sea and some are next to Rivers. I hope that you enjoy my presentation on my favourite hobbies. Many Thanks Tom Oates xxx
Newby Hall & Gardens Ripon Newby Hall was built in 1690 by Sir Christopher Wren. He designed it for Robert Adams. It was adapted by John Carr and it has formal gardens that is near The River Ure. When you visit Newby Hall you can go to Christ The Conslor Church which was built in 1871,
Dunstanburgh Castle Dunstanburgh Castle is set on a dramatic coastline overlooking the sea and it was built for Thomas Earl Duke Of Lancaster in 1295 by Edward II. It is now in the hands of the English Heritage and you got to walk 2 miles to it by dramatic scenery.
Castle Howard Castle Howard was built in 1699 and it is now a historical dramatic house near York. There is acres of Land and gardens. Also there is a fantastic lake and shop that sells lovely goodies and also you can go into the spectacular café to have a luxurious lunch.
Bamburgh Castle Bamburgh Castle is on a rocky outcrop overlooking the dramatic coastline of Northumberland. It was built in The Norman Conquest and it has 6 rooms. It was also built for Lord Amstrong who also lived at Cragside. It has a spectacular café and Majestic shop.
Lindisfarne Castle Lindisfarne Castle was built for Henry VIII and the ruins of the abbey was built for the castle. It is now in the hands of the National Trust and it also has gardens. It overlooks the abbey and the dramatic coastline.
Thank You Page Many thanks go to: Mrs MacArthur Mr Davies And Year 10 Class
Written By Tom Oates With the Help from Mr Davies Year 10 Class Mrs MacArthur Proudced By Tom Oates
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