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The Bishops Manor and Palace

The Palace was destroyed at the end of the Civil War. It is where King Charles I was taken to meet the Scottish Commissioners for futile talks. Later he was taken to Kelham to be handed over to the Parliamentarians.

The Bishop's Palace

The Bishop's Palace, Southwell

The ruined remains of the medieval Bishop's Palace stand to the south of Southwell Minster.

Added to site: 1 February 2011

The Bishop's Manor - Front

The Bishop's Manor, Southwell

The driveway and front aspect of the Bishop's Manor. The minster and the west end of the Archbishop's Palace can been seen in the background.

Added to site: 4 March 2017

The Bishop's Manor - Courtyard

The Bishop's Manor Courtyard, Southwell

The courtyard of the Bishop's Manor with the Minster towering in the background.

Added to site: 4 March 2017

The Bishop's Manor - Procession Through The Courtyard

The Bishop's Manor Procession

An unknown event shot at a differnt time to the image above as the ivy on the wall has less growth.

Added to site: 29 March 2017

The Bishop's Manor - Procession Through The Courtyard 2

The Bishop's Manor Procession

The same procession as above but taken a few moments latter. The person at the back of the file is wearing a judges wig.

Added to site: 29 March 2017
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