Crowle is the principal market town to the north of the Isle of Axholme in Lincolnshire. It is located to the west of the River Trent between Scunthorpe and Doncaster.The town has an rich heritage and I hope that you will find out more about our interesting market town town as you browse this site.
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Crowle & Ealand Heritage Society
Thursday 13th March 2014
The Sand House
Richard Bell, is a great-great-grandson of Henry Senior,
creator of the Sand House,
The Sand House was a prominent feature in Doncaster, from the 1850s until the Second World War. It was a mansion-sized dwelling carved from solid sandstone by Victorian businessman Henry Senior. As well as carving the house itself, which stood in a former quarry, Senior excavated into the adjacent ground and created a network of tunnels, decorated with fine and unusual carvings.
Crowle Community Hub, High Street, Crowle, DN17 4LC
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