Bolton Priory & The River Wharfe

Laptop Skins


Leeds, United Kingdom

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    Custom cut removable vinyl decal
    Protective Lip Weight Thickness
    No < 5g < 1/32"


  • Custom cut to fit the models noted
  • 3M Controltac decal sticker for easy, bubble-free installation
  • Thin and tough - minor scratch resistant
  • Gloss finish provides intense, vibrant colors and sharp line detail
  • Easy to remove - no sticky residue

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Artist's Description

The land at Bolton was granted to the Augustinian Canons in 1154 by Lady Alice de Rumilly. It is thought that she gave the Canons the land as an expression of her grief for her son, the Boy of Egremont, who drowned in the Strid. Thankfully this is an unlikely tale as the boy’s signature appears on the Priory’s deeds.
After the dissolution of the monastries in 1539 the nave of the Priory was allowed to continue as a parish church. All the other priory buildings were stripped of their lead roofs, leaving the stone work exposed to the elements. Over time the stone structures weakened and began to fall down. Rather than leaving good stone to go to waste it was pillaged and today can be found in buildings up and down the Wharfe valley.
Courtesy of WWW.Bolton

ZUIKO 4/3 14-45mm (28-90mm)

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