Broadwood's Folly named after Thomas Broadwood, the builder and landowner, is a small flint tower listed and protected by the National Trust.
The word 'folly' in the name is used because of the purely decorative nature of the tower. It's considered a 'folly' or playful act from the architect or builder.
August 7, 2018
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