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Newdigate House -south aspect

NEWDIGATE HOUSE was erected about 1675 and is, therefore, contemporary with Nottingham Castle as we now know it. The building is in itself a satisfying study of early Renaissance design. It was built for the family of Newdigate, the well-known Lion's paws of whose arms may be seen on a faded hatchment in St. Nicholas' Church (information from www.nottshistory.org.uk). It was, from 1705 to 1711, th…