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Richard Greene as Robin Hood - my childhood TV hero  BRIAN SIBLEY : his blog: May 2010

Richard Greene as Robin Hood - my childhood TV hero BRIAN SIBLEY : his blog: May 2010

Robin Hood’s Bay is a small fishing village and a bay located within the North York Moors National Park,on the coast of North Yorkshire, England. An English ballad and legend tell a story of Robin Hood encountering French pirates who came to pillage the fisherman's boats and the northeast coast.

Robin Hood’s Bay is a small fishing village and a bay located within the North York Moors National Park,on the coast of North Yorkshire, England. An English ballad and legend tell a story of Robin Hood encountering French pirates who came to pillage the fisherman's boats and the northeast coast.

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Robin Hood’s Bay, North England    yhis is a beautiful little harbour use to watercolour  around this coast  M

Robin Hood’s Bay, North England yhis is a beautiful little harbour use to watercolour around this coast M

FRANK SUTCLIFFE. Robin Hood's Bay - North Yorkshire - England - pre-1940

FRANK SUTCLIFFE. Robin Hood's Bay - North Yorkshire - England - pre-1940

The Major Oak is a huge English oak tree near the village of Edwinstowe in the heart of Sherwood Forest, Nottinghamshire, England. According to local folklore, it was Robin Hood's shelter where he and his merry men slept. It weighs an estimated 23 tons, has a girth of 33 feet (10 metres), and is about 800–1000 years old.[1] In June 2002, the Tree Council designated the Major Oak one of fifty Great British Trees in recognition of its place in the national heritage.

The Major Oak is a huge English oak tree near the village of Edwinstowe in the heart of Sherwood Forest, Nottinghamshire, England. According to local folklore, it was Robin Hood's shelter where he and his merry men slept. It weighs an estimated 23 tons, has a girth of 33 feet (10 metres), and is about 800–1000 years old.[1] In June 2002, the Tree Council designated the Major Oak one of fifty Great British Trees in recognition of its place in the national heritage.

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