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 Rutland Lyddington Bede House

Lyddington Bede House was originally one wing of a medieval rural palace belonging to the Bishops of Lincoln. Although it is not known when it was first built, the land was certainly owned by the church in the time of William the Conqueror. The property was seized by the Crown in 1547 and was then passed on to Lord Burghley in 1600. It was he who then used it as an almshouse for the poor. In return for his generosity, he expected them to learn some kind of craft and to attend church. Among the things to see on its three floors are the bedesmen's rooms with tiny windows and fireplaces, and the Great Chamber, featuring a beautiful ceiling cornice

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