Carisbrooke Castle, Isle of Wight - From 1100 the castle was in the possession of Richard de Redvers' family, and for two centuries his descendants improved the castle. In 1293, Countess Isabella de Fortibus, the last Redvers resident, sold the castle to Edward I. Anthony Woodville, later Earl Rivers, obtained a grant of the castle in 1467 but was killed by Richard III in 1483. His brother Edward Woodville was given control of the castle on the accession of Henry VII in 1485.
John Bulmer - Nelson, Lancashire (1960) As the mills closed, many of Nelson's young people moved away, leaving large numbers of middle-aged unemployed people. A woman, still wearing her traditional wooden mill clogs while cleaning a gate post, captures the pride that many older residents still had in the town