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staddle

1. A rack or supporting framework placed beneath a stack, such as a haystack.
2. Any similar supporting framework.
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Smaller staddle stones were made and used to support small roofed box-shaped larders used on large estates for storage of game from shooting expeditions.
In common with other properties at Hartford Hall, Staddle Stones is offered with the ready-wired option of Smartcomm installation which brings a range of security and entertainment features.
Staddle Stones forms part of a courtyard behind the hall's former farmstead which is being converted from its ruinous state into three luxury, four-bed properties.
Smaller staddle stones were made and used to support small roofed box-shaped larders which were used on the large estates for storage of game, such as pheasant, brought back from shooting expeditions.
132 to 136, High Street, Henley-in-Arden, a four bedroom cottage with showpiece gardens available through John Shepherd, guide price pounds 585,000 1, Home Farm, at Stoneleigh Abbey in Warwickshire, a four bedroom conversion of character, Offers over pounds 500,000 are invited Staddle Stones at Friday Street, Lower Quinton I Warwickshire, a period-inspired village house, guide price pounds 495,000 The river frontage to Gay Willows off the Tiddington Road, Stratford-upon-Avon.
A thief who stole staddle stones worth thousands of pounds from gardens of houses throughout the Midlands has been jailed for two years.
Bear right along the road to pass a row of staddle stones. (These mushroom-shaped stones were used to support barns and prevent vermin from reaching the corn).
Note the cricket pavilion on staddle stones to the right.