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Twenty-five-year-old Lee Savage, a serial rapist, has been put jailed for life after sexually assaulting three women.He called one of the victims he had met through the online dating site his "b****" and told another that she had to be "punished".The gates of the town are of importance as they were used for the necessary defence against the Scots.Although the gates have now gone, the names remain. Burrowgate and Sandgate date back to the thirteenth century, the towns oldest areas.Bank House was built in 1851; a small farm of 80 acres with land on both sides of Graham street and owned the houses immediately across the road.At the turn of the century it became a private house and major structural improvements resulted in the addition of the porch, bay windows, and extension of large kitchen, bathroom and elaborate landing. There was a large greenhouse in the position of the smaller greenhouse you see today which was heated by its own boiler room, now a workshop it was warm enough to grow nectarines.He is required to serve a minimum of 11 years in jail after he was sentenced at the Carlisle Crown Court on July 25. Lee Savage, 25, from Penrith, was sentenced today for five rapes and five sexual offences. Details here:https://t.co/ISYn ESd TCl pic.twitter.com/4raep BFAg Z — Cumbria Police (@Cumbriapolice) July 23, 2018 The first rape had reportedly been committed less than four months after Savage had been given a community order for sending a 13-year-old girl, he made friends with on Facebook, explicit pictures.Tim Evans, the prosecutor, said that the serial rapist had attacked the women between January 2015 and early 2018.
An ancient and historic market town Penrith is close to the Lake District and is on the border of the Forest of Inglewood, now covered in fields and villages.A market town, we still find Dockray Castle Market, Corn Market and Market Place.Cromwell came to Penrith during the civil war in 1654 and damaged the castle.This would be when he was rebuilding Penrith Castle near the railway station over which in those days it extended.A very short synopsis of the history of Penrith written by Sarah's mother Betty Brown who has written and published ‘Jane Milbourn in Carlisle Gaol’ a family history of one woman’s rights and an interesting social study of the 18th century in Cumbria.