Hutton in the Forest, Cumbria, England dates from the century and has been owned by two families over the course of 700 years, Thomas de Hoton was Crown Forester to Edward I and Richard Fletcher who's family still own the house
Four floors of inspiration await you in this vibrant arts and heritage centre housed in a restored Victorian woollen mill on the edge of Cumbria and Yorkshire - now the leading venue for textile arts in the North West. Heritage displays, working looms, regularly changing exhibitions, craft demonstrations, art and craft for sale by resident and visiting artists, workshops and events - plus delicious food in Weavers Café.
The Dyerville Giant, one of the largest trees in the world. When this massive tree crashed to the ground in you could hear it for miles around. It sounded like a train wreck. ("Avenue of the Giants," Humboldt Redwoods State Park, California)