The whitewashed façade of the Rose and Crown Hotel is a landmark on the main road through Wensleydale in the village of Bainbridge, once the 'capital' of Upper Wensleydale, which was known in the 12th century as the Forest and Manor of Bainbridge. Note the RAC approved sign in the centre of the photograph.
My grandfather, Guy Metcalfe, played in Bainbridge Brass Band; nearly half the band were Metcalfes, all related. One of my ancestors (on my mother's side) was the famous hornblower on the village green.
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