Laycock Grove

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Laycock Grove

Ketchelbank [47, 31]

Allerton Street wasteland the Ponsford Arms
Broadbear Road Laycock Grove the Shalmer Building
Gunson Row Silcock Row Jarrom Street

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Laycock Grove

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This was Malton's premier location for premarital or extramarital relations, though the rampant undead bang arounds soon put a stop to that. The blocked off view offered by this secluded grove of tightly planted gum trees is unrivaled. From the outdoor enthusiast to the inexperienced first timer, they all get theirs here.


Named after the subject of many jokes, the Fourth Earl Laycock of Slapstichall, this was purportedly his favorite spot for a bit of relaxation. As he was heard to remark, "It's always been a good spot for letting one's hair down *haw haw snort snort*," before dropping his monocle and then losing his toupee in the recovery. He died childless and donated all his money to establishing a bushy wooded area around his favorite haunt. --Father Bigley 22:13, 9 October 2007 (BST)

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