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The Queen's Aid House is a timber-framed, black-and-white Elizabethan merchant's house in Nantwich, Cheshire, England. Built shortly after the fire of 1583 by Thomas Cleese, a local craftsman, it has three storeys with attics, & features ornamental panelling, overhangs or jetties at each storey, & a 19th-century oriel window. The building is best known for its contemporary inscription commemorating Elizabeth I's aid in rebuilding the town, which gives the building its name.


Nantwich, UK. Just a few of the flowers displayed as part of the England's Britain in Bloom Competition which gives awards to towns, cities, and businesses each year. This photo is the beautiful square - opposite 'The Crown' public house and inn. Beyond the flowers to the right is a designer wear fashion store - and there is also another smaller store behind us, as well as a very smart gent's tailor and outfitters store.

Green Man and Beast on roof bosses in St. Mary’s Church, Nantwich, Cheshire, England (photos Rex Harris)

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