ASK Italian – Saffron Walden, Essex #ask #medical http://questions.nef2.com/ask-italian-saffron-walden-essex-ask-medical/  #ask pizza vouchers # Overview Average Main course: 9 Food spend: 19 Delicious food; pleasant atmosphere and surroundings; friendly, helpful staff. Parking is tricky especially on a weekend, but we were lucky enough to get a space a few yards away – free but only for 2 hours. Would go there again. Laura Lewis 24 September 2014 from Chelmsford On the High Street, ASK…

ASK Italian – Saffron Walden, Essex #ask #medical http://questions.nef2.com/ask-italian-saffron-walden-essex-ask-medical/ #ask pizza vouchers # Overview Average Main course: 9 Food spend: 19 Delicious food; pleasant atmosphere and surroundings; friendly, helpful staff. Parking is tricky especially on a weekend, but we were lucky enough to get a space a few yards away – free but only for 2 hours. Would go there again. Laura Lewis 24 September 2014 from Chelmsford On the High Street, ASK…

Hanging baskets in Saffron Walden town centre. Summer 2013 www.billflowers.co.uk

Hanging baskets in Saffron Walden town centre. Summer 2013 www.billflowers.co.uk

wanderthewood: “Saffron Walden, Essex, England by Howard Somerville ”

wanderthewood: “Saffron Walden, Essex, England by Howard Somerville ”

Saffron Walden - A priory, Walden Abbey, was founded under the patronage of Geoffrey de Mandeville, first Earl of Essex around 1136 on the site of what is now Audley End village.[2] The abbey was separated from the town of Walden by Holywell Field. After the dissolution of the monasteries, Sir Thomas Audley converted the abbey cloisters into a dwelling. Later this would become the site of Audley End House.[2]   The market square in July 2012. The Guildhall is the half-timbered building.The…

Saffron Walden - A priory, Walden Abbey, was founded under the patronage of Geoffrey de Mandeville, first Earl of Essex around 1136 on the site of what is now Audley End village.[2] The abbey was separated from the town of Walden by Holywell Field. After the dissolution of the monasteries, Sir Thomas Audley converted the abbey cloisters into a dwelling. Later this would become the site of Audley End House.[2] The market square in July 2012. The Guildhall is the half-timbered building.The…

Saffron Walden - In the medieval period the primary trade was in wool and a guild hall was built by the wool-staplers in the marketplace. It was demolished in 1847 and replaced by a corn exchange. In the 16th and 17th centuries the saffron crocus (Crocus sativus) was widely grown, thanks to the town's favourable soil and climate. The flower was precious, as the extract from the stigmas was used in medicines, as a condiment, in perfume, as an aphrodisiac, and as an expensive yellow dye.

Saffron Walden - In the medieval period the primary trade was in wool and a guild hall was built by the wool-staplers in the marketplace. It was demolished in 1847 and replaced by a corn exchange. In the 16th and 17th centuries the saffron crocus (Crocus sativus) was widely grown, thanks to the town's favourable soil and climate. The flower was precious, as the extract from the stigmas was used in medicines, as a condiment, in perfume, as an aphrodisiac, and as an expensive yellow dye.

England Travel Inspiration - exploring Saffron Walden, the hidden gem of Essex! Home to Oliver Cromwell's headquarters, a large number of beautiful buildings with pargetting which just has to be seen to be believed and a lively Saturday market which has taken place since 1141 in the town. Saffron Walden is a perfect pit stop on a road trip through England and I also have a great little tip on where to find gluten free cake. Pop on over to the blog to read my travel tips for Saffron Walden…

Saffron Walden, The Hidden Gem of Essex

England Travel Inspiration - exploring Saffron Walden, the hidden gem of Essex! Home to Oliver Cromwell's headquarters, a large number of beautiful buildings with pargetting which just has to be seen to be believed and a lively Saturday market which has taken place since 1141 in the town. Saffron Walden is a perfect pit stop on a road trip through England and I also have a great little tip on where to find gluten free cake. Pop on over to the blog to read my travel tips for Saffron Walden…

Queen Henrietta Maria after Daniel Mytens the Elder (Saffron Walden Town Council - Dorchester, Dorset UK) | Grand Ladies | gogm

Queen Henrietta Maria after Daniel Mytens the Elder (Saffron Walden Town Council - Dorchester, Dorset UK) | Grand Ladies | gogm

With the help of a medieval text, an Essex farmer has revived a tradition in   the heartland of production in Tudor times

Putting saffron back into Saffron Walden

With the help of a medieval text, an Essex farmer has revived a tradition in the heartland of production in Tudor times

Saffron Walden in Essex : beautiful town

Saffron Walden in Essex : beautiful town

England Travel Inspiration - exploring Saffron Walden, the hidden gem of Essex! Home to Oliver Cromwell's headquarters, a large number of beautiful buildings with pargetting which just has to be seen to be believed and a lively Saturday market which has taken place since 1141 in the town. Saffron Walden is a perfect pit stop on a road trip through England and I also have a great little tip on where to find gluten free cake. Pop on over to the blog to read my travel tips for Saffron Walden…

Saffron Walden, The Hidden Gem of Essex

England Travel Inspiration - exploring Saffron Walden, the hidden gem of Essex! Home to Oliver Cromwell's headquarters, a large number of beautiful buildings with pargetting which just has to be seen to be believed and a lively Saturday market which has taken place since 1141 in the town. Saffron Walden is a perfect pit stop on a road trip through England and I also have a great little tip on where to find gluten free cake. Pop on over to the blog to read my travel tips for Saffron Walden…

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