We are having slight teething problems as we work out how to get this right! Michelle's the one uploading the photos and she's the guide! I will leave it to her to explain 1066, etc.

To see her album and comments, please click on "Gallery" in the right corner of the page (or the picture of the castle).
1066 & The Battle Of Hastings - (pinched from Wickipedia.com Big Grin)

The Battle of Hastings was the decisive Norman victory in the Norman conquest of England. The location was a hill approximately six miles north of Hastings, on which an abbey was subsequently erected.

The battle took place on October 14, 1066, between the Norman army of Duke William of Normandy, and the Saxon army led by King Harold II. Harold was killed in the battle; traditionally, it is believed he was shot through the eye with an arrow.[citation needed] Although there was further Saxon resistance for some time to come, this battle is seen as the point at which William gained control of England.

The famous Bayeux Tapestry video depicts the events of the battle.

There you go Debs! Smiler

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