News from Ellys Manor House

Due to ignorance and flawed planning laws in the United Kingdom, our historic environment is being compromised, if not destroyed. Millions of pounds of taxpayers’ money are being squandered, which leads to false historical narratives.

Children do not ask to come into this world. However, when we bring them up, we have a duty of care, if we wish to create a more socially cohesive society. It must not be left solely to teachers. We must all take part. 

 

In Britain, regardless of origin, race, colour or creed a child born here must know that this is home and that they, too, have a vested interest. The truth must be paramount and taught with a true understanding of our heritage.

It is inconceivable that an army of government quangos, with an abundance of PhDs and heritage professionals, all dedicated to the protection of our heritage, has produced an historical narrative that has now become a vacuous pastime, thus rendering it kitsch and mere pastiche. This is said without malice or prejudice to any one person, organisation or political party; I am an independently minded person wanting the best for future generations and our country. We should all have concerns when we hear that six and seven-year-olds carry knives into school, and that some of our students are so heavily in debt, in order to stay the course, some girls AND boys have to succumb to prostitution. Needless to say, if their degree happens to be in Arts and the Humanities, then it is worthless.  

 

The Statue of Pope Urban II et CM Taylor.

Justice for all.

Deus Vult. God Wills it!


“Know that I’m here on an invite, after the bloody boy king, Edward V1, said”, “No graven images.”

As a wool merchant, merchant of the Staple of Calais, and Pilgrim, wearing spectacles such as mine, they called me blind. However, it appears most of you with your twenty-twenty vision have had, or are having the wool pulled over your eyes. 

This is rather sad – a country that professes to be a Christian country, known around the globe for its pomp circumstance and pageantry (people clunking about in archaic costumes, if they fell down, they would struggle to get back on their feet without assistance). A King, as God’s representative on earth, says, “he wishes to be the leader of all faiths.” “I do hope you are all on the same page with that, fate or faith?” 

A country that prides itself on fair play, and the rule of law. Values you all hold dear, and yet! It appears there is a tiered system (rotten to the core) within your society in the United Kingdom. It seems there are those with special privileges, to the point, that those who are being paid from the public purse will do whatsoever it takes to gain the upper hand for those special people, even if it means destroying future generations' education and the integrity of the humanities. This is reminiscent of the dissolution of the monasteries. What constitutes that? Grantham, a town with a population of approximately 55, 000, and you do not even have a proper hospital, and you call us medieval. 

   
You may ban the books, you may even burn the books, but the TRUTH will be out. 
The Artichoke wall painting, original and enhanced version at Ellys Manor House

Artiskokken

Vores samfund har udviklet sig fra et landbrugssamfund, og et af de mest bestandige symboler, artiskokken, optrader på vagmalerierne i Ellys Manor House.

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The Peacock Ellys Manor House wall painting original and enhancement

Påfuglen

Argos Panoptes fremstilles ofte som en kampe med 100 øjne, men var det virkelig rigtigt? Læs videre for at få mere at vide om Heras med trofaste tiener.

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Ellys an English Wool Merchant

The Ellys family.

From the wealth of the wool trade, merchants of the Calais Staple - sped their way into the aristocracy. Later, statemen, bibliophile, book collector and patron of scholars. Sir Charles Hanbury Williams ( wrote much satirical verse, and Horace Walpole professed to believe him the greatest poet of his generation), his poem on the Struggle to Succeed Ellys.

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DANGER!  DANGER!  RED ALERT! OUR HERITAGE IS UNDER ATTACK! Ellys Manor House

DANGER! DANGER! RED ALERT!  Our Heritage is under attack!

Due to ignorance and flawed planning laws in the United Kingdom, our historic environment is being compromised, if not destroyed. Millions of pounds of taxpayers’ money are being squandered, which leads to false historical narratives.


Children do not ask to come into this world. However, when we bring them up, we have a duty of care, if we wish to create a more socially cohesive society. It must not be left solely to teachers. We must all take part.

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Ellys Manor House

Ellys Manor House - Defending Our Heritage

Parliament’s National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) puts our historic environment in jeopardy. I am therefore appealing to the Government to please remove the historic environment from this Framework, or to have the NPPF go back to Parliament for further consideration.

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Defending Our Heritage

Parliament’s National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) puts our historic environment in jeopardy. I am therefore appealing to the Government to please remove the historic environment from this Framework, or to have the NPPF go back to Parliament for further consideration.

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East Midlands Today Ellys Manor a Hidden Gem

A Hidden Gem

BBC's East Midlands Today realises this hidden gem within one of the countries most significant historic houses

Ellys Manor House (EMH) is without doubt, one of our most significant historic homes in the United Kingdom. EMH is not about bombast or bling, this is about integrity. The architectural language of the building perfectly encapsulates early modern European, British and Hanseatic League history, thus we are a testament to the Northern Renaissance. The house and the adjacent church tower were built by a member of the Ellys family, an English wool merchant of the Staple of Calais.

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Understanding the allegorical language of the ellys manor house paintings

Part 2 Dissertation 2016
Robin Isabelle Moran
De Montfort University Leicester UK

Entry in The RIBA President's Medals Student Awards

This dissertation examines a little known collection of 15th century allegorical wall paintings in Ellys Manor, a small, privately owned and well preserved English wool-merchant’s house in Lincolnshire.

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