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Wollaton Hall by Elizabeth May

isbn 978094640402X John Merrill Foundation, 2007

Wollaton Hall began life as a luxurious family home built by Francis Willoughby.  Its connection with natural history began with the work of his great grandson, also named Francis, whose travels and discoveries caused him to be seen as a pioneer of modern natural history. In recent times the hall has become a Natural History Museum and today stands as a tribute to Francis the naturalist, working as a centre for study and conservation of wildlife. This book describes the history of the house and parkland that surround it with its herd of deer. 68pp



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The Historic & Heritage Trees of Sherwood Forest by Ian Rotherham
The Historic & Heritage Trees of Sherwood Forest by Ian Rotherham
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