The photo above shows the stable block on the Temple Newsam estate, Leeds. This imposing Palladian building was built on the estate in 1742, today it no longer houses horses but contains a cafe and gift shop.
The above photo taken by me, as are all the photographs that appear on the Leeds Daily Photo show a piglet.
This piglet is a breed called Middle White which today are rare in England. The Middle White is a rare but distinctive breed. This “beautifully ugly” pig more than deserves its fame as a British pork pig of the early 1900s. In the 1930s the Middle White was exported to Japan where the Emperor would only eat pork from Middle Whites.