The secrets of Stafford By Charlie and Jimi
Contents • IntroductionThe old lockup t • Ancient High House Introduction • The old lockup • Stafford Castle Stafford CastleThe Ancient High House • St Chads St Chads St Chads This is one of the oldest buildin... • Sheriffs Office Sheriffs office
Introduction • This is an e-book to tell you about ye oldestafford like the ancient high house , wait and see…
The Ancient High House • The royal family stayed there the person who stayed was King Charles I. • It is the oldest tudor framed building in Stafford. • It was made in the 1600’s. • It’s still there now.
The old lockup • The old lockup was used for drunk people on the street . • It is so small!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Stafford Castle • The visitor centre sells lots of lovely treats including souveniors and traditional toys. • The stafford castle has lots of areas to look around. • Click this so I can read it to you
St ChadsSt ChadsThis is one of the oldest buildings on Stafford high street. There are loads of interesting sculptures. • This is one of the oldest buildings on Stafford high street. There are loads of interesting sculptures there too!
Sheriffs office • It used to be a Sherrifs office prison. • It’s made from the same materials as The Ancient High House.
Windmill The Windmill was used for food and water but now it is used for a radio station called Stafford FM.
ALMS HOUSES • The alms houses is used for old people to live in. • If you look at the right you’ll see a wardens office.
The old brime baths • Used to be a swimming place and the water was really bad if you swallowed it (ew!) It also cured illness.
St marys church • St Mary’s church is surrounded by loads of gravestones • Lots of scouts go there for parades!
Watermill • The watermill is a structure that uses a water wheel to work. • The watermill is used for Stafford and goes in and out of town.