The two red bars are from the arms of the de Lancaster family, Barons of Kendal.
Pele towers are small fortified keeps or tower houses, built along the English and Scottish Borders, intended as watch towers where signal fires could be lit by the garrison to warn of approaching danger. The tree is a Westmorland damson, a member of the plum family. They grow mainly in and around the Lyth and Winster valleys, south-west of Kendal in the English Lake District. The orchards of the Lyth Valley are unique, surrounding each small farmstead and growing along every hedgerow in the valley. Damsons were not only eaten as fruit, but were used in the textile industry as a source of dye.
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