Normanton, Rutland County, UK
Normanton Hall was a seat of the Earls of Ancaster and an important centre of their estates. The stable block of their hall is now Normanton Park hotel. In the 18th century the village was cleared to make a park for the estate. St Matthew's Church is a grade II listed building, built between 1826 and 1829. The building was once the private chapel for the Normanton Estate. Normanton is the name of a ward of Rutland County, it includes Edith Weston, Empingham, North Luffenham and South Luffenham.
Burghley House in Stamford, Lincolnshire played ‘Rosings’ in the film Pride and Prejudice!
Swan Heart at Rutland Waters in Octobe via mailonline
Rutland Water this week welcomed back its first ospreys of the year. Field officer John Wright was able to capture the precise moment when this male osprey returned to his nest after a long migration from his west African wintering grounds. He started rebuilding his nest almost immediately, in anticipation of the arrival of his mate.
Andrew Hoy in front of Burghley House