Belvoir Castle


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Belvoir Castle

(ˈbiːvə)
n
(Placename) a castle in Leicestershire, near Grantham (in Lincolnshire): seat of the Dukes of Rutland; rebuilt by James Wyatt in 1816
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In the magnificent grounds of Belvoir Castle, rolling hills, natural creeks and serene lakes will be interrupted by thousands of Mudders taking on one of the toughest obstacle courses in the world
A FAIRYTALE Christmas party was organised for youngsters of Rainbows Hospice at Belvoir Castle last week.
Journey's end was now in sight and, after passing through Woolsthorpe by Belvoir and close by magnificent Belvoir Castle, now a conference and weddings venue, we left the trail to walk into nearby Redmile where we'd arranged for a taxi to take us the 60 miles back to Boston.
Beautiful Lincolnshire Belvoir Castle Matthew Flinders and his faithful cat Trim.
Belvoir Castle 'WE'RE on the road again," I said to my walking friend Peter as we stood with our backs to Boston's famous 'Stump' church tower early on a chilly November morning.
Mr Proctor, who lost his job and a home at Belvoir Castle due to the claims, said his solicitor would look at taking "proceedings" against the Met due to the "intolerable strain" he endured.
Tough Mums was staged at historic Belvoir Castle in Grantham, and was backed by TV's Good Morning Britain.
And they were joined on the course at Belvoir Castle in Grantham, Leicestershire, by their male telly colleagues Ben Shephard, Richard Arnold, Ranvir Singh, Sean Fletcher, Alex Beresford and Dr Hilary Jones.
Shearings has a new tour which not only takes in Grimsthorpe Castle in Bourne but also Burghley House in Stamford with gardens designed by Brown, along with the gardens at Belvoir Castle in Grantham.
The BBC series will culminate with Alan involved in a vast landscaping project of the estates at Belvoir Castle in Leicestershire for the Duchess of Rutland, using Brown's original and recently discovered drawings.
Titchmarsh on Capability Brown More4, 9pm In this new three-part series, Capability Brown enthusiast Alan Titchmarsh reveals the landscape architect's 18th-century plans for Belvoir Castle in Leicester.
A Belvoir Castle B Woburn Abbey C Chatsworth D Longleat QUESTION 11 - for 11 points: Of which country is TAP the national airline?