If you have one nearby the most obvious choice is the post office. They have been selling stamps since stamps became a thing (see the history of stamps here) and they will be happy to help to make sure you have enough stamps for what you are sending. If you are one of the unlucky people who do not have a post office nearby however there are still a number of convenient options for you to choose from. For a more in depth look at Where to Buy Stamps. If you are looking for larger numbers of stamps (10+) then you have a lot more options. There are plenty of large chains across the country that stock postage stamps as well as envelopes etc.
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Kempnough Hall is a Grade ll listed country house dating from the 15th and 17th Century. The site is located in Worsely within the Roe Green / Beesley Green Conservation Area, and bordered by Worsley Woods.
Cartwright and Gross were appointed as a member of the project team to extensively refurbish and restore the hall,
which had fallen into a state of disrepair. The careful choice of materials, high specification, sensitive design and client dedication has ensured Kempnough Hall will remain a heritage landmark in the North West for future generations.
As part of the planning conditions an archaeological study was undertaken prior to commencement. Notable discoveries included:-
- evidence of a 13th Century settlement boundary
- hand carved Tudor Rose made from wattle and daub from the time of Henry VI
- witching post dating from the 16th Century
- Queen Victoria and Prince Albert were guests of the First Earl of Ellesmere at the hall in 1851