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Anwick is mentioned in the 1086 Domesday Book as "Amuinc" and "Haniwic". Chief crops were wheat, beans, barley, turnips and seeds [potatoes], in a parish area of 2,019 acres (8 km In June 2005 a Gatso speed camera that had been operating in the village for several years was shown in court to have been enforcing the wrong speed limit.
Fixtures & Fittings The business will be sold fitted subject to the following conditions:• No inventory will be provided• No Intellectual Property will transfer, other than the name of the home• A schedule of all leased items of equipment (if applicable) will be made available Conditions of Sale• The home will be available for reasonable inspection, provided that staff and residents are not disturbed and confidentiality is preserved• Buyers will be required to undertake their own risk assessments with regard to health & safety and environmental matters and all regulatory and compliance matters, if required• Pre-completion liabilities will not transfer Supplier, maintenance and utility contracts will not transfer• All buyers will be expected to make all arrangements for the operation of the home from completion• The home will be sold as a transfer of a going concern and on an asset sale basis• All prospective purchasers should make themselves comfortable with this before submitting an offer for the business External Details There is staff/visitor parking.
In 1066 Lord of the Manor was Toki son of Auti; in 1086 lordship was transferred to Ralph, nephew of Geoffrey Alselin, and Drogo of la Beuvrière. It was later named RAF Anwick, and was occasionally laid-out with a decoy airstrip during the Second World War in an effort to confuse enemy airmen that they were overhead RAF Digby airfield, a genuine fighter airfield.
Tenancy-in-chief of manorial land was part held by la Beuvrière and part by Alselin. The Anglican Church of St Edith is a Grade I listed early English church dating to the late 13th or early 14th centuries.
There are train services to the town, with frequent services to London’s King’s Cross. There are 17 single bedrooms and 10 double bedrooms. Communal day space is centrally located and comprises lounge/dining room overlooking gardens, dining room, sensory room and further dining area.
Assisted bathroom facilities include one assisted bathroom and one shower room.
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