House of Correction, Lincolnshire
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November's edition features the House of Correction, which is all that survives of a prison once intended for minor offenders – mostly the idle (regarded as subversive) and the disorderly. It shares the site of the once great castle that dominated the village of Folkingham in the Middle Ages.
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Check back next month for the next installment, we hope you enjoy it!